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Randy Dotinga, Chair, ASJA 2013: Another Victoria Strauss & Writer Beware™ Patsy!

In 2013 ASJA Annual Writers Conference, ASJA 2013, Passion Blew, PASSION BLEW II: The Case Against Victoria Strauss, Passion Blew!: Scamming the John Steinbeck Estate: The Case Against Attorney Charles E. Petit The Former Attorney for the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, Passion Blue, Randy Dotinga, Victoria Strauss, Watchdog, Writer Beware, Writer Beware & Others, Writers on April 3, 2013 at 1:57 am

In response to our posting (Remove the Writer Beware™ Panelists, Victoria Strauss & Richard C. White, From the 2013 ASJA Annual Writers Conference), Randy Dotinga, Chair, ASJA 2013, in spite of the fact that we proved that  Writer Beware™ selectively reports publishing scandals (here), proved that Victoria Strauss and Writer Beware™ never established that there was an “investigation” against American Book Publishing (here), illustrated that Victoria Strauss failed to show respect for the 2013 SFWA candidates (here), illustrated that Victoria Strauss was a non-vindicated defendant (only Wikipedia was vindicated . . . the judge left the door open to re-litigate with the remaining defendants) in the Bauer vs. Glatzer case (here), demonstrated Victoria Strauss’ propensity to use the “F-word” (here), and demonstrated how Victoria Strauss stole the First Annual Independent Blogger Award at the 2012 BEA Convention (here) had this response to our posting:

randy1Makes you wonder  . . .  doesn’t it? Why is this woman still on a pedestal? Why is she on this panel?

The 2013 ASJA Annual Writers Conference, on Friday April 26, 2013 at 2:00 PM and the scheduled session:

Writer Beware! How to Avoid Publishing Scams, Ripoffs, Pitfalls, and Deadbeats: The rapidly changing publishing landscape creates opportunities, but also new hazards for writers: self-publishing pitfalls, underperforming agents, copyright hassles, and even outright scams. Recognize and avoid these problems. Our panel features writers operating on the front lines to protect writers’ rights and financial interests. [Emphasis added.]

Show up! Ask Questions and above everything else . . . PROTEST! The 2013 ASJA Annual Writers Conference, on Friday April 26, 2013 at 2:00 PM. Be there!

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