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Tuesday, June 17, 2008


You thought the Wave-inatrix was done posting for the day, didn't you?! Well. I don't lie down that easily. Plus I have some fun announcements.

Table Read Wednesday, June 18th 7:30pm

Tomorrow evening I am hosting a Script Department table read at the Attic Theater here in LA. Click HERE for directions. It's free, it's fun and after grueling auditions, I get to be the narrator. Come on out and support your fellow writers and the actors good enough to read through the first act of this script for a free paper cup of diet coke.

The Silver Screenwriting Competition

We're in the home stretch, Wavers. The deadline is July 3rd, so put those final touches on your script and be sure to make the deadline. Who wouldn't want a chance to win $2500 in cash, a flight to LA, free accommodations, a free pitch-coaching session with Stephanie Palmer of Good in a Room, a day of three meetings with three managers, lunch with recent six-figure spec sale writer Ryan Condal and cocktails with Blake Snyder at the Chateau Marmont?

Plus, if you submit before midnight, PST on Monday June 23rd, you will be eligible to win a seat in Jim Mercurio's Killer Screenwriting Class in NYC in July.

Screening, Monday, July 7th, 8:30pm

Come on out and catch a free screening of my dear friend and fellow Writer's Boot Camp alum Bubba Murray's television pilot - Lost Angels. Bubba took matters into his own hands and wrote, directed and shot his own pilot. The screening will be held at 7174 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, 90046.

Papa Joe's Family Recipes

You can find some great, really authentic Italian recipes from the kitchen of Jim Mercurio's dad, Joe in his new book of recipes, Papa Joe's Family Recipes. I had something to do with this project, Wavers - I tested and edited many of the recipes last winter and I don't think any of my friends will forget the evening we tested the recipes and ate like kings. This is good stuff. The proceeds from the sale of the book go to fund Joe Mercurio's first ever trip to his homeland - Italy.

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