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If what you're working on is set in London: My lovely house, dated 1851, with my writer's desk overlooking our pretty street, is available for Writers Only rental. This is NEVER a commercial rental, it's a home full of books and art. I'm renting it writer to writer, with trust. It's in inner London, yet quiet. So if you are deep into Dickens or battling with the Blitz and want to write "in situ" do get in touch with MARION HUME. Minimum stay is 10 days.
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.
Screenplay Contest Win! BRUCE SCIVALLY’s script, "Jimmy Stewart and the Yeti's Hand," was named Best Feature Film Screenplay in the 2019 Golden Hollywood International Film Festival contest.
In the spirit of fostering creativity, building friendships, and maybe lowering BP by venting industry frustrations, FRED SHAFFERMAN invites all writers to join a weekly indoor full-court WGA basketball game. Wednesdays 6-8 p.m. in Hollywood and Sundays 9:30 a.m. in North Hollywood. Email Fred for details.
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.