Middle Grade PRO Workshop with Author Jen Malone

January 3rd, 2018 - April 20th, 2018

with Jen Malone

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Workshop your middle grade novel in an intimate setting with guided facilitation from author Jen Malone. Each month you’ll share a submission of up to 5,000 words for critique (line item, overall craft, and plotting/story elements) from Jen and your peers, and you will provide similar feedback to your fellow participants. As you work through your manuscript drafting and/or revisions you'll receive support and guidance via our private group discussion board and via two conference calls (following critiques in months one and three) to expand on questions and suggestions in real time.

This group will be capped at 5 writers plus Jen to keep the workload manageable and encourage deep participation.

Notes

Who this workshop is for: Middle Grade writers committed to furthering their craft and excited to contribute and learn through the workshop process.

Focus: Any Middle grade

Group size: 6 writers

Submissions: There will be four, 5000-word submissions.

Fee

Members: $350; Non-members: $399

About Jen Malone

Jen Malone writes books for tweens and teens, including At Your Service, the You're Invited series, and The Sleepover with Simon & Schuster, and Map to the Stars and Wanderlost with HarperCollins. She is a former Hollywood movie executive who once spent a year traveling the world solo, met her husband on the highway (literally), and went into labor with her identical twins while on a rock star's tour bus. These days she saves the drama for her books. She teaches at Boston University and is the Author-in-Residence at both a Boston-area middle school and for the Girl Scouts of Massachusetts. You can learn more about Jen and her titles at www.jenmalonewrites.com.

Schedule:

May 2nd First submission
May 16th Critiques due
TBD Group conference call
June 6th Second submission
June 20th Critiques due
July 3rd: Third submission
July 18th Critiques due
TBD Group conference call
August 1st: Fourth submission
August 15th: Critiques due