This is the homepage 

of Karen Hall, screenwriter

and author of Dark Debts. 

         

(Last updated 4-13-00) 

 

     Speaking

     Schedule:

 

       May 6th: "Life

       and Laughter" 

       Literary Faire,

       Scripps Ranch

       Library, Scripps

       Ranch, CA

       

 

       June 4-6:

      Focolare

      International

     Media

      Conference,

      Castelgandolflo,

      Rome, Italy

       

      August 13th:

       Act One

       Screenwriting

       Workshop, First

       Presbyterian

       Church,

       Hollywood,

      California

 

      September date

    TBA:

      Inter-Mission,

      First Presbyterian

     Church,

     Hollywood, CA

 

     (July: Available

      for speaking

      engagements in 

      or  around

     Atlanta)

 

       Note:  The

      subjects on which 

      I speak (with or

      without

      authority) are

     television writing

     and producing,

     Dark Debts and the

     novel-writing

     experience

     Christianity and

     pop culture, and

     anything having to

    do with my career or

    my spiritual

    journey.  (Not

    that the two can be

    separated.)

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

  

     Dark Debts, Random House  1996   

 

     Watch my episode, 

     "The God Thing", on 

     May 2, 2000 at 10 p.m. 

     on CBS.

 

     My sister Barbara is the 

     executive producer of

     the show, and one of

     its creators.  She has a 

     neat website maintained

     by yours truly.  Click

     below to go there!

Barbara's Homepage 

 

Note:  Barbara's website uses another great theme set from:

 

 

 

 

 

Representation:

Literary:  Bennett Ashley

c/o Janklow/Newborn/Ashley 

(212) 355-1724

 

Television and Film:  

Norman Kurland, 

Broder/Kurland/Webb/Uffner 

(310) 281-3424

 

Speaking Engagements: 

Kathy Ganino  

(323) 836-3640

 

Editor:  Jonathan Karp

Random House

 

e-mail: 

KHall356@aol.com

 

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graphics on this page are from:

           

 

 

 

This set seemed appropriate, since 

I decided to become a writer at 

age 6 and it has been one of major 

through-lines in my life.  

Visit Robin's Graphics for a look at 

all her terrific designs!