Middle Grade Fiction First Pages, with Tina Wexler

October 27th, 2017 - November 20th, 2017

with Tina Wexler

Group started

Get feedback on the first 15 pages of your MG novel with literary agent Tina Wexler of ICM Partners. How it works: Submit your first pages to the group on October 27th, when the group officially kicks off. After that, there is a two-week period where you and your group members will exchange feedback on one another's work. Tina will post her feedback towards the end of this time. After critiquing your work, Tina will hold a webinar for debrief and discussion on November 14th. This is a great opportunity to meet other writers, learn from their feedback, and get feedback from an agent who knows the publishing market.

Inked Voices and Tina Wexler are pleased to offer a free spot to a writer of an #ownvoices work. To apply, fill out a short application here: https://inkedvoices.typeform.com/to/Bx98EP

Notes

Who this workshop is for: Middle Grade fiction writers interested in market and editorial feedback from an agent and interested in meeting other MG fiction writers.

Focus: MG - middle grade

Group size: 9 writers

Submissions: Writers should submit their first 3,750 words (15 pages) for critique.

Fee

Members: $82; Non-members: $99

About Tina Wexler

Tina Wexler is a literary agent at ICM Partners, specializing in middle-grade and young adult fiction and nonfiction. Noteworthy titles include THE PURLOINING OF PRINCE OLEOMARGARINE by Mark Twain, Philip Stead and Caldecott Medal Winner Erin Stead (representing Twain); Michael L. Printz Award Winner BONE GAP by Laura Ruby and National Book Award Longlist Selection THE REAL BOY by Anne Ursu. She has an MFA in poetry and lives in Brooklyn, NY with her two sons.

Schedule:

Fri, Oct 27th: Group starts and submissions due.
Fri, Oct 27th-Sat, Nov 11th: Writers critique one another's pieces
Fri, Nov 10th-Sat, Nov 11th: Tina posts critiques
Sat, Nov 11th: All critiques due
Tues, Nov 14th: Webinar debrief call 8-10:00pm ET
Mon, Nov 20th: Group closes