Sunday, January 1, 2017

Will Stef "The fabulist opportunist memoirist" Wllen get published by Simon and Schuster or anyone considering this ?

Check this out Daniela Wexler, or anyone in publishing. What happened to that life altering insurance job? Not to mention so many short films or the agent or the thesis film that launched Willen's illustrious acting career- all claimed by  her in other bios. 


Why doesn't your description include her claimed magna cumlaude in what is it now.... paleoanthropology???? Wasn't it anthropology and biology. Now it's she ruined her Nobel Prize dreams due to alcohol and woes?

It's time for Stef Willen to inventory the disaster she needs to endure, cause she chose to willfully, cynically, and maliciously cause total disaster to others. Now, that's a true and fascinating story that will get told- how Stef Willen got everything on her resume by using and abusing others in mind-blowing ways.


from http://emfilm.blogspot.com/2009/03/cast.html 


She has since starred in many short films and works as an editor to a syndicated columnist. She is also an artist, freelance writer, and published author. This is her first feature film.






Stef Willen was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado. She first acted as a bush in an elementary school production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” While attending the University of Colorado, she obtained a more demanding role when her roommate asked her to be the lead in her senior thesis short film. In 2001, Stef graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in anthropology and biology. She was planning on going to Africa to study apes or dig for ancestral humans, but her film was seen by a talent manager in Los Angeles who encouraged her to pursue acting. Stef moved to Denver and studied acting with Brian McCulley. Shortly thereafter, she was signed by an agent and moved to Los Angeles in 2003. There, she studied acting with Nina Kether Axelrod and improv at the Groundlings and ACME Comedy Theatre. She has since starred in many short films and works as an editor to a syndicated columnist. She is also an artist, freelance writer, and published author. This is her first feature film.tef Willen was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado. She first acted as a bush in an elementary school production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” While attending the University of Colorado, she obtained a more demanding role when her roommate asked her to be the lead in her senior thesis short film. In 2001, Stef graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in anthropology and biology. She was planning on going to Africa to study apes or dig for ancestral humans, but her film was seen by a talent manager in Los Angeles who encouraged her to pursue acting. Stef moved to Denver and studied acting with Brian McCulley. Shortly thereafter, she was signed by an agent and moved to Los Angeles in 2003. There, she studied acting with Nina Kether Axelrod and improv at the Groundlings and ACME Comedy Theatre. She has since starred in many short films and workStef Willen was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado. She first acted as a bush in an elementary school production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” While attending the University of Colorado, she obtained a more demanding role when her roommate asked her to be the lead in her senior thesis short film. In 2001, Stef graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in anthropology and biology. She was planning on going to Africa to study apes or dig for ancestral humans, but her film was seen by a talent manager in Los Angeles who encouraged her to pursue acting. Stef moved to Denver and studied acting with Brian McCulley. Shortly thereafter, she was signed by an agent and moved to Los Angeles in 2003. There, she studied acting with Nina Kether Axelrod and improv at the Groundlings and ACME Comedy Theatre. She has since starred in many short films and works as an editor to a syndicated columnist. She is also an artist, freelance writer, and published author. This is her first feature film.







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http://bookfilter.com/2016/11/09/total-loss-2/


Total Loss

An Inventory of Disaster, Theirs and Mine

by Stef Willen

Price: $24.00(Hardcover)
Published: August 29, 2017
Rating: 1.0/5 (1 vote cast)
From the Publisher: Based on an award-winning McSweeney’s column, a darkly funny, intimate memoir about a young woman who learns how to live in the midst of other people’s loss, for fans of Lab Girl and Smoke Gets in Your Eyes.

Success always came easily to Stef Willen. Brainy and precocious, her loving parents raised her in the fresh air of the Colorado Mountains, where should could play in the dirt and learn and run free. So how exactly did she end up in this predicament at age twenty-six: on the floor, covered in soot, shards of glass digging into her knees, picking through the remains of someone else’s life? Her business card read Disaster Content Inventory Specialist and her task was to inventory all of the items destroyed after a house is burnt down, cataloguing the wreckage so that residents could receive fair settlements from their insurance companies.

This wasn’t—as you can imagine—the plan. Her dreams of a Nobel prize-winning career in paleoanthropology had been derailed in college by emotional turmoil and addiction, and after taking just one post-grad acting class, she made the grossly naïve decision to conquer Hollywood. But by the time she settled into her tiny apartment in Los Angeles, Stef found herself mired in a soul-crushing relationship and dangerously reliant on the power of alcohol to soothe her anxious woes.

Enter Disaster Content Inventory. What begins as an attempt to pay the bills turns into a reckoning that Stef could never have anticipated. As she travels far and wide, she meets unforgettable characters in their most vulnerable moments, experiencing flashes of insight that change her outlook on success and the definition of a life worth living.

A poignant and fascinating look inside a strange and intense profession, Total Loss offers a glimpse into the six years Stef spent crawling around ravaged homes, emerging wiser and stronger on the other side of disaster.

The bullshit. The irony! What a fubulistic amoral POS.Too much!






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