Meet Charlie Savage
Navy Veteran, Screenwriter, Novelist, and Blogger, Charlie Savage projects a high level of enthusiasm in doing what she knows how to do best; CREATE! The Ms. Veteran America Competition Coordinator is a New Orleans native who focuses all aspects of her writing career to better the world in giving knowledge in support of her Creole heritage, Women of Color, and the LGBTQ+ community. Each project Charlie's been involved in has been centered around vital topics in society that affects ct her culture and is overlooked by media. Ms. Savage is a current fellow of the Writer's Guild Foundation Veterans Project, a Semi-Finalist in the Creative Screenwriting Unique Voices Competition, and a 2021 Finalist of the Prince William Little Theatre's Original Works Festival. Charlie is currently working on several projects of which you can view a list HERE.
Read the spellbinding true story of how a then 15-year-old motherless child survives the pits of the New Orleans Superdome during the storm of the century: Hurricane Katrina. Growing up with only her grandparents, making ends meet in the city was anything but easy. Faced with the certainty that her Crescent City home would never be the same, Charlie alongside her grandparents attempt to push through stretched days and scorching nights to survive in the New Orleans Superdome!
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