Bridging The Gap Between Writers and Producers.

Bridge 17: Compelling Stories. Extraordinary Writing.


Bridge 17 Writer's Room Classes​

A writer's community built for writers by writers.

252 Walker St SW, Atlanta, GA 30313


4-Week Private Two-Hour Sessions

4-week private sessions for story ideation, development, and overall scriptwriting improvements. Sign-up for these sessions if you have a script in "working-draft" status.

2-hour sessions or 1-hour per session twice a week



Write Your Professional Feature or One-Hour Script Outline in 8 Weeks

A New Lab for Stage 32 Writers!

Payment Plans Available - Contact [email protected] for more Information

only 9 Spots Still Available - Don't Miss Out Your chance to be mentored by a professional writer who has worked with Netflix, TVOne, Aspire TV, AMC, Bounce TV, and more.

Write your feature or television pilot outline in 8 weeks while being mentored by a professional screenwriter and script consultant!

Lab Schedule (8 sessions):

Saturday, Oct 29TH   9 - 11AM PDT

Saturday, Nov 5TH    9 - 11AM PDT

Saturday, Nov 12TH   9 - 11AM PST

Saturday, Nov 19TH   9 - 11AM PST

Saturday, Nov 26TH  9 - 11AM PST

Saturday, Dec 3RD     9 - 11AM PST

Saturday, Dec 10TH   9 - 11AM PST

Saturday, Dec 17TH    9 - 11AM PST



Writer Wednesdays


Sometimes we just need to gather with other writers!

Let's read, critique, and workshop scripts

Suggested Schedule

4pm - Writers Gather: pleasantries, wine, snacks, and intro of Writing Topic

4:15 - Writers write: topic or personal work

6pm - Break

6:30 - Writers Gather to discuss the "Script of the Week"

7:30 - Writers Nerd Out and discuss current shows, films, techniques, scripts, and work opportunities (an opportunity to watch scenes here)

8:30 - Adjourn

Writer Submissions to "Script of the Week"

- 1st 2 weeks will focus on Industry Scripts (1 film, 1 TV)

- Writer Must attend at least 3 sessions to have the script critiqued

Script must meet group criteria:

1. properly formatted at industry level

2. specified genre

3. clear and properly formatted scenes

4. fully fleshed out characters

5. decisive act structure