D&D Writing for Women+
May 13, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. PT
Join Amy Vorpahl for a free live talk about getting started in D&D adventure writing
In this two-hour live call (hosted on Zoom) on May 13, 2023, industry professional Amy Vorpahl — writer, actor, and creator extraordinaire — will share her insight about the journey to becoming a professional D&D adventure writer! To help inspire and empower aspiring women+ writers, Amy will be freely sharing her knowledge and answering YOUR questions!
You won't want to miss this opportunity to talk with Amy and glean some invaluable insight.
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Amy Vorpahl (SAG-AFTRA) is an actor, content and music creator who tends to laugh at everything. She has worked in the digital space for several years as a writer, producer, host and gamer for several years at places like Nerdist, Geek and Sundry, Buzzfeed, and Dropout. Amy has spent over ten years performing improv and sketch at the comedy stages in LA, and can be seen acting on various TV and film projects, as well as D&D streams.
She's also worked as a writer in the industry—she sold her half-hour comedy pilot to Hulu about nerdy girls dating a few years back (it never got made, but the whole process was a blast!). She was also a staff writer on “Making a Scene with James Franco,” which was nominated for an Emmy.
As far as the D&D industry, her extensive background in comedy makes her Dungeon Mastering and writing lean a little bit silly and a lotta bit fun! She has been playing D&D since college, and her two music albums, "Songs in the Key of D&D" and “Behold Her Dreams,” were inspired by many characters and experiences at the table.
Amy has written for Official D&D books, “Candlekeep Mysteries” and “Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons;” and she was the Creative Director for Alchemy RPG's second hardback book, "Dark Symmetry." She has played D&D on notable streams such as Critical Role, Dimension 20, The Guild, and more. Connect with Amy on Twitter.
The live talk is open to anyone, but Amy wants to give femme folks (often underrepresented in tabletop publishing) a chance to get industry knowledge first-hand.
There will be a Q&A segment during the talk where you will have a chance to ask Amy questions directly!
Yes! The talk will be recorded and accessible indefinitely here at StorytellingCollective.com