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MARILYN ANDERSON's book, How to Live Like a MILLIONAIRE When You're a Million Short, won an IRWIN Award from the Book Publicists of Southern California as the Best Book on Saving Money & Living Well of 2018.
Co-founders ANTON DIETHER and JON WILLIAMS of the Austin WGAW Members Group invite WGAW guild members in active status, living in or visiting the Austin, TX area, to join their mailing list for notification of regular and special local events. To join the community (aka “rally” on this site), visit WritersGuildinAustin.
After 14 novels, DARRYL PONICSÁN's first non-fiction book is due on April 1. Inspired by Nora Ephron's I Feel Bad About My Neck, Ponicsán's is titled I Feel Bad About My Dick.
WGAW members living or visiting Ensenada, Baja California, who are interested in socializing and building community with other arts/industry-minded individuals, are welcome to contact CAROL ROPER.
WGF: Share Your Expertise with the Community!
The Writers Guild Foundation offers volunteer opportunities throughout the year for all WGAW members who want to connect with the writing community, particularly with youth and military veterans who aspire to tell their stories. Opportunities range from one-time guest lectures to longer term mentorships--we work with members' levels of time commitment and availability. For more information, visit wgfoundation.org or call the Foundation at (323) 782-4692.