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Pipeline hosts both virtual and in-person events for all. Introverts and extroverts: rejoice!

Most of our social presence lives on on X (sorry, anti-Xers) where we run giveaways and amplify voices in the writing and filmmaking communities.

If you absolutely hate the idea of being on X/Twitter, you're in luck! You don't need to have an account to follow along, only to engage. Just search for the hashtag and reload the feed. It's a little lurk-y, but that's fine.

Pipeline Twitter Mixers:

First Thursday of Every Month
6pm-8pm PST / 9pm-11pm EST

The Utterly Fantastic (Sometimes) Monthly Mixer of Writers presented by Pipeline Artists.

Screenwriters, novelists, all writers welcome.

We might have a specific topic, we might have a guest Q&A, but most likely, it's a free-for-all!

Random giveaways, too—sometimes contest entries, sometimes the very-popular Pipeline Artists mugs, sometimes notes from Script Pipeline or Book Pipeline.

#scriptchat: Sunday 5pm PT / 8pm ET

The Screenwriter Twitter chat that started Screenwriter Twitter chats.

In 2009, our Editor-in-Chief Jeanne Veillette Bowerman co-founded #scriptchat, where screenwriters first learned the phrase "Twitter chat." There's only one rule: bring your tequila (or beverage of choice) and leave your ego behind. Over 200 industry guests have appeared, from David B. Hayter and Jane Espenson, to showrunner Sheryl Anderson. Check #Scriptchat for details—and 12 years of transcripts.

Writing Challenges:

While we love our social-media chats, we also love to inspire writers to get words on the page. What better way than to give them a challenge!

Year-Round Challenge: #15MinSprint

1. Write (or read, research, edit) your work for 15 minutes per day.


2. Write 1 page per day.

Simple. Imagine progress you'll make with one little step at a time.

Follow the #15MinSprint list, @jeannevb, and @thedavisgirl to join in the fun!

Lit Agent Info (for authors):

#DVpit: Do Twitter pitching events actually work? Hell, yes! Here's one for diverse writers: "An annual Twitter pitching event for un-agented, self-identifying historically marginalized authors & illustrators," created by MG and YA literary agent Beth Phelan. The success stories are real. The online Twitter event is held every October, so be sure to check the #DVpit website as well as their Twitter @DVpit_.

#MSWL (manuscript wishlist): Lit agents use this hashtag to tweet out what they're looking for!

#pitchwars: Pure gold. "Pitch Wars is a mentoring program where published/agented authors, editors, or industry interns choose one writer each, read their entire manuscript, and offer suggestions on how to make the manuscript shine for an agent showcase. The mentor also helps edit their mentee’s pitch for the contest and their query letter for submitting to agents." Follow @pitchwars and check out their site. [Update: This amazing platform shut down in 2022, but their website still has fantastic resources.]

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