An interview by Tineke Bryson One of the most exciting aspects of the Summer Workshop is also—for some!—the most intimidating: critique groups. For that reason, I decided to ask the two members of our team—Rachel Garner and Gabrielle Schwabauer—who organize the critique groups to share their perspectives!
By Linnea Hagler, Guest Contributor I will never say I hate a book (ever). Here’s why.
Daniel Schwabauer As I teach in The One Year Adventure Novel, you don't convince readers of a theme by placing it behind protective glass.
By C. S. Lakin, Guest Contributor Freelance editing, to me, is the perfect career choice for a writer. It allows for creativity and much freedom. Yet it has its challenges and drawbacks...
Daniel Schwabauer: Readers are not the only ones responsible for a great critique session. While it is certainly easier to be on the receiving end, the writer has a part to play as well. Here are four rules to observe when your manuscript goes under the microscope.