Leibrock writes about arts and culture for the Sacramento News & Review. She also teaches journalism at Sacramento City College and previously worked at The Sacramento Bee as an arts and entertainment writer. You can find some of her work at thursdayafternoongirls.wordpress.com and www.writegrrrl.com.
Free Reporting Workshop – Writing Reviews with Sacramento Press – Thursday May 12
Looking to share your great or not-so-great experiences with others? The Sacramento Press will hold a panel on review writing at our office from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Thursday, May 12. Three panelists will teach you the do’s and don’ts of review writing and share some of their own experiences.
This is a great opportunity to ask the pros how they review concerts, theater, comedy and other performances.
The three panelists are Rachel Leibrock, Carla Meyer and Nick Miller.
Meyer is an entertainment writer at The Sacramento Bee. She was The Bee’s movie critic from 2005-2009. Carla came to The Bee from the San Francisco Chronicle, where she wrote film reviews and features and co-wrote “Stein & Meyer: Movie Insider,” a twice-weekly column about film and the film industry. Meyer also once worked as an assignment editor for the datebook and sports sections of The Chronicle.
Miller edits Sacramento News & Review‘s news and arts sections and writes a weekly column on the local music scene. He got his start as a distribution driver and is now associate editor.
Sacramento Press’ office is located at 431 I St., Suite 107, in the Amtrak station. We are in the same building complex as Starbucks.