My blog has moved!

You will be automatically redirected to the new address. If that does not occur, visit
and update your bookmarks.

Monday, July 14, 2008

The TV Writer's Group

From God's lips through several people, to the Wave-inatrix to the Rouge Wave. Here is a great networking opportunity for burgeoning television writers that is happening Wednesday evening, July 16th, at 8pm at the Cat and Fiddle (6350 Sunset Blvd., near Highland):


Close your laptop and turn off the TV, it's time to hang out with people who are as obsessed with television as you are. If you're looking to start a critiquing group, here's where you'll find your members, and if you just want to do a little networking, this is the place to be.

Feel free to bring friends who are also working or want to work in some TV-related field. But please talk to strangers and expect strangers to talk to you.

The Cat and Fiddle is expecting us. There will be a base table available from 8pm. Just tell them you're with the TV Writers group or look for a gang of writer types.

If you enjoyed this post, follow me on Twitter or subscribe via RSS.


Christopher said...

Thanks for this, Julie. I've always wanted to try Cat & Fiddle and I've always wanted to write for television. What are the odds?!

Emily Blake said...

You've got to be careful with that "Look for a gang of writer types."

Once I went to meet up with a bunch of writer types. I saw some nerdy looking people waiting in the appropriate area and introduced myself. We stood around a bit waiting for others, then somebody asked for a pen. I was the only person there who had one. I became suspicious. Turns out they were computer people, not the writers I was looking for.