Longtime Screenwriting instructor Peter Dunne recently published issue two of the literary journal about experiences in the film industry. He says, “Memoir writing, the act of discovering ourselves, is the most consequential writing we will ever do. As Instructor and Founding Editor of this annual literary journal, The Grey Quill Society Review, I am proud to have helped shape the life stories of these men and women who have spent their lives in front of and behind the cameras of the world’s greatest entertainment industry.”

Of his teaching experience in the Writers’ Program, Peter says, “I have been instructing screenwriting at UCLA Extension for over fifteen years, and what excites me most is leading these eager film and TV writers on their search to find their own true selves in order to create powerful and authentic film characters. Their scripts are better, of course, but more importantly, they are better men and women.”

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