Last week we held a gathering in the library to celebrate women in writing - from the early days, when writers like Anita Loos, Dorothy Parker and Frances Marion reigned, to modern times, when writers like Robin Swicord (MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA, LITTLE WOMEN) and Winnie Holzman (WICKED, MY SO-CALLED LIFE), Veena Sud (THE KILLING), Michelle Ashford (MASTERS OF SEX) and Terri Edda Miller (CASTLE) actually joined the celebration. We're always proud to celebrate the milestones made by writers of all stripes. In today's industry climate, women are underrepresented in just about every profession, so it's vital that the conversation continue.
And we were thrilled that so many writers and industry professionals showed up to help us celebrate. Take a look: