For veteran writers in Hollywood, it's a time of familiar anxiety. Studios and networks complain that the Writers Guild contract demands are unreasonable and unrealistic.
A few years back, Ronald D. Moore was eyeing his next career move after a successful decade writing and producing for the "Star Trek" television franchise.
Even if there weren't a possible strike looming, it's hardly hearts and flowers for older writers. The gloomy outlook was highlighted by the May 8 release of the WGA's diversity report, which showed…