Anyone interested in hearing from an expert entertainment writer steeped in Hollywood history listen up!

Caprice Crane is an award-winning, internationally best-selling four-
time novelist, screenwriter, and television writer/producer with her
finger on the pulse of pop culture. With a voice noted for being as witty
as it is relatable, Caprice’s humor has earned her a wildly loyal social
media following and the distinction as one of The Huffington Post’s
“50 Funny People You Should Be Following on Twitter.” Caprice sold
a half –hour TV pilot to NBC last season and this season has another
pilot currently in development at 20th Century Fox. Her 5th novel and
debut Young Adult novel Confessions of a Hater (Fiewel and Friends), is
currently scheduled for publication in Summer 2013.

A true child of 1970’s Hollywood, Caprice is the daughter of actress
Tina Louise, best known as Ginger from the beloved sitcom “Gilligan’s
Island,” and former talk show host and Grammy winner Les Crane.
When speaking about her childhood, Caprice’s accounts are as idyllic
and relatable as they are filled with Hollywood glamour and novelty.

After graduating from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts,
Caprice spent seven years as a writer and producer for MTV before
moving to music supervising for film and television. Caprice also holds
the distinction (and every GenX girl’s dream) as the only writer to pen
both the first seasons of the new 90210 and the new Melrose Place.

Caprice’s first four novels, Stupid & Contagious, Forget About It, Family
Affair, and her latest, With a Little Luck, released in July 2011, all hit the
nail on the head of the modern romantic relationship while maintaining
a current of humor, hope and unabashed romanticism.

Caprice currently divides her time between New York City and Los

Interested in purchasing her books?


Come listen to Caprice address my questions including:

  • How do you attract and retain your followers?
  • How do you maintain your authenticity as your community continues to grow?
  • How do you stay inspired and continue to generate content when you hit a roadblock?

Join SMCLA at Cross Campus LA on Tuesday, October 23rd and engage our panelists on the art of writing! RSVP here: