​​For September's meeting, we'll be taking our digital pencils and live-editing through a few pages of a first-draft screenplay.   Through screen-sharing, you will be able to watch us highlight and suggest changes to an anonymous script.  

As always, writers who attend can join in the discussion to offer constructive criticism. 

The meeting will be held from 12:30-2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021 by clicking on the Zoom link. 
Hope to see you there! It's free and open to the public, with all levels of writers welcome.

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      The San Antonio Screenwriters Guild or SASWG is a group of local screenwriters who are dedicated to helping each other become better storytellers in both film and TV. We are not affiliated with the WGA.  Through continued education, table readings of local scripts, knowledgeable feedback and brainstorming sessions we seek to improve our skills and master our craft.


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Nicholl Fellowship news:  

Congratulations to SASWG member Lise Pyles for making Top 10% of Nicholl Fellowship, with her women's drama feature, INDEPENDENT LIVING.

Richard Dane Scott highlighted in INKTIP Newsletter: 

Congrats to the writers of TV show 5th WARD, who were interviewed in an article recently re-released by Inktip, and which features one of our own alumni! You can read it here. https://www.inktip.com/article_single.php?a_id=226

Well done, Richard! 

Any other news we should know about? Let us know!