Fellowship Prep: How to Land a Spot in a Writing Program

Fellowship Prep: How to Land a Spot in a Writing Program

About This Event

Looking to submit to a writing program or fellowship this year? This three hour seminar will explore strategies on how to approach the application process, how to prepare yourself for the interview, and how to craft a successful personal pitch.

Panelists include:

  • Kim Collier – Alum of Disney/ABC Writing Program and Warner Bros. TV Writing Program

  • Mike Flynn – Alum of 2016 Sundance Episodic Story Lab

  • Sarah Jane "SJ" Inwards – 2017 Nicholl Fellow

  • Margaret Rose Lester – Alum of 2015 Universal Writing Fellowship

  • Christina Walker – Alum of 2016 Disney/ABC Writing Program

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Proceeds benefit the Foundation’s library, archive and other outreach programs.

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Location / Venue

  • Address:
  • WGF Library
  • 7000 West 3rd St.
  • Los Angeles, CA 90048
  • USA
  • Time:
  • Feb 19, 2019 07:00 pm to
  • Feb 19, 2019 10:00 pm
The Writers Guild Foundation

Event to Support The Writers Guild Foundation

Founded in 1966, the Writers Guild Foundation is the premier resource for emerging writers and movie and TV lovers in Hollywood. Boasting a busy calendar of high-value events and a vast, seemingly bottomless toolbox for writers, the Foundation is unmatched in its mission to promote and preserve the craft, history, and voices of screen storytelling.  A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we’re proud of all we do for the community, including our Veterans Writing Project, our Volunteer and Mentorship Programs, our Archive, and the Shavelson-Webb Library – the world’s only library devoted entirely to writing for the screen.