I’ve Launched My Thesis Research!

It took weeks, but I’ve gotten the OK to do my thesis research. The questionnaire is brief–just five questions–but I hope to learn what people love most about the San Francisco Writer’s Conference. This is a chance to give something back to the people who truly helped launch my humor books, and an opportunity for me to master some of the complex pattern-recognition software that I’m using in my graduate program.

I’m focusing on the SFWC, and will be seeking participation with the #SFWC hashtag.

Here’s the link to the survey. Please do take 5 minutes, if you can, and fill it out if you’ve ever been a part of the San Francisco Writer’s Conference. 🙂

https://www.robblightfoot.com/thesis/survey/index.php/927162?lang=en

(note: the above is a secure link. But if you have any problems accessing it, you may also simply use the www.robblightfoot.com/thesis/survey to use it. 🙂

Robb

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About Robb Lightfoot

About the author: Robb Lightfoot has enjoyed writing and performing since he was a child, and many of his earliest performances earned him a special recognition-reserved seating in the principal's office at Highland Elementary. Since then, in addition to his weekly column on A News Cafe - "Or So it Seems(tm)" - Robb has written news and features for The Bakersfield Californian, appeared on stage as an opening stand-up act in Reno, and his writing has been published in the Funny Times. His short stories have won honorable mention national competition. His screenplay, "One Little Indian," Was a top-ten finalist in the Writer's Digest competition. Robb presently lives, writes and teaches in Shasta County, Northern California. His first book was The Doggone Christmas List. The Stupid Minivan is his second humor collection. He may be reached via US mail at Robb Lightfoot, PO Box 214, Palo Cedro, CA 96073.

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