Get into the TV Writing Room... for FREE!

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Hey, folks--

Just wanted to invite you all to a great event next Monday, October 26...

Final Draft software, "Script" magazine, and Writers Boot Camp are hosting a series of FREE writing panels designed to help film and TV writers navigate Hollywood... and I'll be speaking on next week's TV panel, "Getting Into the Writers Room."

I'll be joined by four other AMAZING panelists...

Rich Hatem (writer/producer: The Dead Zone, Mothman Prophecies, Supernatural)
Jen Grisanti (former Spelling exec, now running Jen Grisanti Consultancy)
Carole Kirschner (former VP at Amblin Entertainment and CBS, now running the WGA Showrunners Program and CBS Writers Mentoring Program)
Cary Okmin (head of Disney Online)

Here's some more info...

GETTING IN THE WRITERS ROOM
Writing for television is challenging, and even more so now that shrinking budgets mean shrinking writing staffs and salaries. Learn from working television writers what the inroads to the writers room are today, and how you can find success in the changing television landscape.

Date: Monday, 10/26/2009
Time: 7:30 - 9:30
Location: Writers Boot Camp Headquarters, Bergamot Station Bldg. I, 2525 Michigan Ave, Santa Monica, 90404

Click HERE for more info and to RSVP!

It should be an incredible, informative evening (and it's FREE!), so I hope to see you all there!

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