As you already know, I have been through a roller coaster year, from a scary low of a “probably not cancer, but let’s cut you open and look” to a new job and a wedding to boot. As a result, I have not delivered on my promise to host another #ComedyBookWeek event. Eight months into the awesome new job, it doesn’t look like I will have any time to do it again in the next decade or so.
In light of the above realization, I have decided to pass the baton on to someone more energetic and capable of growing the event into something even more special. If you think you might be that person, please email me directly at ana (dot) spoke (at) yahoo (dot) com.
There is no catch – I don’t want any money or favors, just assurance that you are willing and able to take over the event. You will get the rights over the domain name, the contacts, any previously created content, etc (but you will have to arrange for your own hosting of the website). In your email, please let me know:
- Why you want to take over #ComedyBookWeek. Are you a comedy writer yourself? Have you had an experience creating or growing an online enterprise?
- Why you are suited to manage the event – are you technically savvy? Do you have the time?
- Anything else that would convince me to hand over my baby.
That’s it. Looking forward to your submissions!
4 responses to “#ComedyBookWeek is looking for new management”
Sorry to hear about your health challenges but happy to hear about your life and career successes. Best of luck. Hope to see regular posts. Keep on writing!
Thank you so much James. I need to start writing again, hence the desire to get something off my plate
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