Over the course of this blog I have mentioned GLAWS, the Greater Los Angeles Writer’s Society, of which I am a member. GLAWS is a great organization of peers helping peers and professionals mentoring aspiring writers. I am in one of their screenwriting critique groups which meets at Los Angeles Valley College. They have critique groups for virtually every kind of writing. They also have monthly Special Events which are free to the public, usually held Saturdays at the Palms-Rancho Park Library in Los Angeles. And they have three yearly Writer’s Conferences. You can check that all out at www.glaws.org
At last year’s Loscon, I caught up with the president of GLAWS, Tony N. Tadaro, after one of the various writing panels held at the convention. I interviewed him for our radio show, The Corsair’s Closet, on Krypton Radio, and asked him what GLAWS is and how it can help aspiring writers. Below is the link to that episode of The Corsair’s Closet. The interview starts about a quarter of the way in. The rest of the show was a review of Loscon.