The WGAE Writing Room is open to all members! It is located at the WGAE Office, 250 Hudson Street, Suite 700, NYC. To reserve a seat, contact Venesa Gomez at email@example.com.
Council member Susan Kim explains:
…a quiet place with six work stations where members can come in, plug in a laptop or take out a Moleskine, and write.
Reservations are in four-hour blocks starting at 9:30AM and will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis. Cellphones and food will be blessedly banned, as will, I hope, boisterous conversation and over-amplified I-pods. If people want to write in a Starbucks, damnit, they can go out and write in a Starbucks.
The Writing Room is nothing fancy; all that will be provided is a flat surface, quiet, wireless, an outlet, and some coffee. Yet while these things together might be considered a luxury in New York City for anyone, for the writer, they’re as essential as words themselves.