ScriptCraft Writers Group

ScriptCraft Writers Group is open to all creative writers with the goal of providing a supportive network of writers to foster the creation of new work and exchange feedback on works in progress. Although there is a focus on television, film and web writing, playwrights, novelists and other creative writers are welcome to share in the monthly ScriptCraft teleconference calls. The ScriptCraft Writers Group, comprised of writers around the country, is about creating new work and soliciting critique from your peers if you so wish via Scribd.com. Please join ScriptCraft’s monthly meeting every 2nd and 4th Saturday at 6:00 PM EST/5:00 PM CST at: Dial-in Number: (760) 569-7676 Access Code: 801903.


5/14/11: Writing Scenes:  The group explores scene development.  The discussion veers off into creating the world and locations of the story as well as into our pet peeves of typical overdone genre scenes. Participants - Christie Taylor(@christietaylor), Jamal Hankins(@jwhankins), Chandra Harkins(@kamaria7), William Johnson(@authorwilliam) and newcomers Dionne Lambert and Kenneth Lee drop in.

4/23/11: Sequences/Chapters: The group talks about developing Sequences and Chapters. Somehow we get on the topic of Goldie Locks and the Three Bears. Participants – Christie Taylor(@christietaylor), Jamal Hankins(@jwhankins), Chandra Harkins(@kamaria7), William Johnson(@authorwilliam)

4/9/11: Pitching: Christie and Jamal talk a little about pitching and run through some of their story ideas.

2/12/11: Concepts: The group talks about developing story concepts.

2/5/11: Hello Everybody: Introductions – The very first ScriptCraft call where the writing group members get to know each other a little better.


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