The December Write On! Meeting on Blog Talk Radio will be December 8 at 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern. We will be celebrating our accomplishments for this year and start planning for the next. Call in 646.381.4910 or listen online. Remember, post your December Goals on Write On! Online.

Congrats to everyone who participated in NaNoWriMo and the Writers Digest November PAD Chapbook Challenge! You all did awesome. Keep up the good work!

Wednesday, December 1: Deadline to Post a Question for screenwriter Mark Bomback, Unstoppable, in the StoryLink Forum. Also in the November StoryLink eZine, read a Q&A with Bob DeRosa, Killers, as well as an expert column from author Michele Wallerstein, MIND YOUR BUSINESS: A Hollywood Literary Agent’s Guide To Your Writing Career; plus, Contests, Events, Community News, and more. Read the November eZine here.

Thursday December 2: The Biz Panel Preview Event with Rebecca Quinn, Susan M Baker, Alaia Williams, and Lizzy Shaw at 7pm at Border Stylo in Hollywood. Info & Registration here.

Sunday, December 5: Scriptchat welcomes writer/director Peter Hanson (@GrandRiverFilms), Tales from the Script, as the guest for the USA chat at 8pm ET, 5pm PDT. Join Scriptchat every Sunday: 8pm GMT is EURO #scriptchat, moderated by Mina Zaher (@DreamsGrafter) and 8pm EST, moderated by Jeanne Veillette Bowerman (@jeannevb).

Monday, December 6: Deadline to submit 2-3 line newsletter items to

Wednesday, December 8: Catch up with Debra Eckerling and Marla Martenson on the Dream It, Then Do It “Power Lunch” on Blog Talk Radio from 11 am – 11:30 am Pacific Time/2 pm Eastern Time. Listen. Call in. Learn. Here’s the link!

Wednesday, December 8: The December Write On! Meeting on Blog Talk Radio will be December 8 at 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern. RSVP on Facebook.

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Also: Film Independent announced that the 2011 Spirit Award Nominations yesterday. The ceremony will return to its traditional Saturday afternoon at the beach in Santa Monica on February 26 at 2pm, and will air the same day exclusively on IFC at 10pm ET/PT. Best Screenplay nominees are:  Stuart Blumberg and Lisa Cholodenko, The Kids are All Right; Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini, Winter’s Bone; Nicole Holofcener, Please Give; David Lindsay-Abaire, Rabbit Hole; and Todd Solondz, Live During Wartime. Read the complete list of nominees, including Best First Screenplay, here.

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Generation Xers Survey: If you were born between 1962 and 1982, please participate in this survey. Should only take a few minutes. Thanks! Click here to take survey.

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