Pro-Critiquer Katharine B. shares insights on writing and querying LGBTQIA+. Join us and get all your questions answered! About this event In this free, one-hour live event, Pro-Critiquer Katharine B. will be there to answers all your questions related to writing, editing, or querying LGBTQIA+ fiction. Please note: the event’s
Deadline: February 28, 2022 Restrictions: Open to US writers only. A $20,000 advance and publication by Graywolf Press will be awarded to the most promising and innovative literary nonfiction project by a writer not yet established in the genre. The winning author will also receive a $2,000 stipend intended to
Who reads 300 pages about lifeless characters? NOBODY. Great characters are essential to fiction and memoir. Learn how to create them. About this event How the workshop will help you Think about Tom Sawyer, Scout Finch, Ove Lindahl*, and Scarlett O’Hara. We’re sad when we get to the last chapters
About the event Over the past several years the publishing world (and its readers) have thankfully demanded more diversity within stories. But as welcome as this change is, it can leave many non-marginalized writers with anxiety. How are you supposed to go about it? What if you mess up? Are
About the event Black authors have been at the vanguard of speculative fiction and fantasy for the past few decades, and today we have three talented practitioners to introduce us to the breadth and scope of the genre. Author and activist Lucinda Roy is perhaps best known for her poetry, essays, and
About this event 2021 has seen a phenomenon known as “The Great Resignation,” thanks to so many professionals reflecting during the pandemic and recognizing a mismatch between their jobs and their personal priorities. If this sounds familiar, the novelists in this session will speak to you! In Black Buck, Mateo Askaripour blends satire
Stephanie Danler is a novelist, memoirist, and screenwriter. Her debut novel, Sweetbitter (2016), was a New York Times bestseller and was adapted into a television show by the same name. Her work has appeared in the Sewanee Review, Vogue, The New York Times Book Review, and The Paris Review Daily.