Get Back in That Room lists those who’ve lost their jobs due to the strike.
Slate’s Jack Shafer thinks the press is all soft on the writers. And there’s too many stories, too, which must mean that the LA Times is finally doing some local coverage.
Strike Swag. Can’t be a real writer without a collection of swag.
Robbie Baitz is right, but does he have to sound so sappy? He’s sickened, he’s soulful, he’s scripted.
Masterpiece Theatre returns on PBS with The Complete Jane Austen, none written by American writers.
Fox’s Bill McCuddy thinks he’s so cute. Scab once, scab forever.
Neal Pollack is certainly using the strike to his advantage, if not his child’s.
IATSE honcho Tom Short pens a sternly-worded letter to Patric Verrone.
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