Whole Novel Workshop MG/YA 2018
With Sarah Aronson
August 12 - 18, 2018
Revise and polish your novel in preparation for submission.
Take your novel to the next level! Our instructors will challenge you to look at your novel critically and to find openings and opportunities for revision. This comprehensive workshop includes one-on-one sessions, lectures, group discussions, and exercises to support and facilitate your creative process. The goal is to help you revise and polish your novel in preparation for submission.
Founded in 2006, the Whole Novel Workshop is specifically designed for writers of middle grade and young adult novels. This unique program offers the one-on-one attention found in degree programs, without additional academic requirements, lengthy time commitments, or prohibitive financial investments. Our aim is to focus on a specific work in progress, moving a novel to the next level in preparation for submission to agents or publishers. Focused attention in an intimate setting makes this mentorship program one that guarantees significant progress. Our novel mentorship program includes:
- Focused, one-on-one response to your entire novel-in-progress from an accomplished author and teacher;
- Group discussion and feedback;
- Seminars on technique, craft, query letters, and agent/editor submissions;
- Ample time to write and revise;
- Writing exercises and group reading.
The Whole Novel Workshop offers writers the rare opportunity to have the entire draft of a novel read and critiqued prior to the workshop, followed by a week of intense, one-on-one mentoring.
Please note: application deadline is May 12, 2018. Decisions will be made after the application deadline. You will be expected to turn in your full manuscript soon thereafter.
Please note: we are still adding faculty to this workshop.
About the Leader
Sarah Aronson has an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts, and has published three novels: Head Case, Beyond Lucky, andBelieve. Titles forthcoming include her first nonfiction picture book, Just Like Rube Goldberg (Beach Lane Books) and a chapter book series, “The Worst Fairy Godmother Ever” (Scholastic, 2017). Sarah […]Learn more about Sarah Aronson
Category : Novels