Come Celebrate... Hollywood-style!

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Hey, screenwriters--

If you're in the L.A.-area tomorrow, I'd love to invite you to a special party I'm hosting at Twist, the new bar/restaurant at the Hollywood Renaissance Hotel.

You may have read my post a few weeks ago about Morning Call Time, the industry news podcast I'm launching with and FishbowlLA. Well... tomorrow is our official launch party, and I'd love to see you there! We're hosting the party together with JHRTS (the Junior Hollywood Radio & Television Society, the junior organization of HRTS), one of the best networking organizations in town for young execs, writers, agents, producers, etc.

So come by... have a drink... say hello... and meet a ton of great people, including other writers and producers working in TV, film, and new media.

Here's all the info, and CLICK HERE to RSVP...

WHERE: Twist - The Hollywood Renaissance Hotel
1755 N. Highland Ave.
Hollywood, CA 90028

WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 12
7:00 - 9:00

(this is Hollywood, where ya gotta be on the list...)

Hope to see you there!


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