By | November 6, 2007

“I just woke up and I’m going to lunch with my friend Robert Crumb. Then I will listen to records. It sure beats writing but doesn’t pay as well, unfortunately. You can’t get a health plan listening to old records.”

– Terry Zwigoff on the writers’ strike

A shout out to our brothers and sisters in the Writers Guild of America. As Zwigoff points out, they’re making sacrifices to ensure that as movies and television go digital, creators are fairly compensated for their work.

Check out Jake McKee’summary of what’s at stake here.