In addition to Marilyn’s producing credits, she has sold (first time) novels “Chasing the Jaguar” to Harper Collins, “Hungry Woman in Paris” to Grand Central Publishing, “Ave Maria Bed & Breakfast” to Hachette Publishing, and “The Last Ride of Caleb O’Toole” to Source Books. ” from Penguin/Tarcher and is the co-author of a relationship-based, screenwriting guide called “Dating Your Character,” about an organic approach to character creation for Stairway Press’s Summer 2016 catalog.
As a guest speaker, Marilyn has traveled to the University of Wisconsin, Columbia College, USC, Hollins University, the Texas Bar Association, and the International Women’s Writer’s Conference in Italy.
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Marilyn has long been committed to issues surrounding diversity in Hollywood, and is a founding member of Women in Film’s Luminas Committee, which supports the portrayal of women in non-stereotypical roles in film and television.
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Filmmaker/educator/former studio exec and two-time Special guest Pamela Jaye Smith, award-winning producer/ director/author and mythology expert.
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