Journalism conference Sept. 6 at Chapman U.

The Orange County Press Club and Chapman University are sponsoring an all-day journalism conference on the Orange campus, Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014, so far featuring nine Pulitzer Prize winners and five nonfiction authors, including the New York Times best-selling co-author of “Killing Lincoln,” “Killing Kennedy,” and “Killing Jesus.”
The conference is open to everyone, with fees of $25 for students and those retired from journalism (including academics), $50 for working journalism professionals/journalism teachers and Press Club members, and $75 for all others. Register and pay at
Who’s presenting so far:
James V. Grimaldi, The Wall Street Journal, Pulitzer Prize winner
JUST ADDED: Tina Rosenberg, New York Times/Solutions Journalism Network, Pulitzer Prize winner 
Susan Kelleher, The Seattle Times, Pulitzer Prize winner
David Hasemyer,  freelance investigative journalist/, Pulitzer Prize winner
Michele Nicolosi, The Orange County Register, Pulitzer Prize winner
Martin Dugard, nonfiction author of three New York Times best-sellers with Bill O’Reilly
Kim Christensen, Los Angeles Times, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner
Jeff Gottlieb, Los Angeles Times, Pulitzer Prize winner
Terry Wimmer, University of Arizona journalism professor, Pulitzer Prize winner
JUST ADDED: Martin J. Smith, editor, Orange Coast Magazine, nonfiction author
JUST ADDED: Samantha Dunn, writing coach, author, journalist, freelancer
Amy DePaul, nonfiction author, UCI literary journalism program
Miles Corwin, nonfiction author, UCI literary journalism program
Caitlin Rother, nonfiction author, UC San Diego Extension
Rob Curley, editor, Orange County Register, Pulitzer Prize winner
The conference will run from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a 90-minute break for lunch on your own in adjacent Old Town Orange.