Tina Fey will host the 59th Writers Guild of America Awards celebration in Gotham, set for Feb. 11 at the Hudson Theater in the Millennium Broadway Hotel.

Fey, who writes, exec produces and stars in NBC’s “30 Rock,” is up for WGA awards in the comedy series and new series categories.

Fey spent eight seasons on “Saturday Night Live” and won an Emmy for her writing on the show. She also received a WGA award for her work as co-head writer on “Saturday Night Live’s 25th Anniversary Special.”

West Coast awards show will be held simultaneously in Los Angeles at the Century Plaza Hotel.