Judges Announced for theOffice’s 2014 Fellowship

We’ve got some exciting news about our Fellowship this year. For the first time, we’ve asked some of our rockstar members to judge the finalists, and help us pick one lucky writer to work alongside them at theOffice.

Here they are…

Jennifer Celotta is best known for her work on the TV show The Office. There she served as executive producer, writer, director, and even had a small acting part in the show’s finale. Celotta has also worked on Malcolm In The Middle, Home Improvement, Andy Richter Control the Universe… the list goes on.

 Michael Oates Palmer got his start writing on the staff of The West Wing, and since then has amassed writing credits on all kinds of shows: Kyle XY, Army Wives, Rubicon, as well as Shark and Cupid, both of which he also produced. He has served on the WGA West’s Board of Directors, and written pilots for major networks including HBO, Showtime, ABC, and NBC.

Gigi Levangie is the author of five popular novels including Maneater and The Starter Wife. A few of her books have been made into miniseries. Gigi also wrote the screenplay for the film Stepmom. Fun fact: She’s been writing at theOffice for 10 years!

The judges are looking forward to helping us pick a winner, although it’s looking like it won’t be easy. We’ve already read some excellent submissions, but don’t worry, you haven’t missed your chance to enter.

There is still time to submit your writing to the fellowship, and win a 6 month Premium Membership to our coworking space. And it is completely free to enter.

Make sure you get your submission in by Saturday, March 15th, before 12AM (PST). 

Check out this post for all the details.

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