POV Lecture + Critiques, with Sarah Aronson

December 5th, 2019 - December 23rd, 2019

with Sarah Aronson

This group is for writers interested in attending Sarah Aronson's December 5th webinar "Playing with Point of View" AND receiving a critique. Writers will submit the first 3750 words of their novels. Sarah will offer a thorough written critique, focusing on story-level elements. Peer critiques are optional but encouraged, given the limited number of participants (6).

Enrolling will automatically register you for the webinar on point of view. Look for an email with your joining information within 2 business days.The group is limited to 6 participants.

Notes

Who this workshop is for: This critique opportunity is for adult, YA, and MG fiction writers. Sarah is experienced teaching and critiquing writers at all levels, from new to published.

Focus: Young Adult - Adult - middle grade

Group size: 7 writers

Submissions: Submit your first 3,750 words between December 5th and 8th.

Fee

Members: $65; Non-members: $90

About Sarah Aronson

Sarah Aronson began writing for kids and teens when someone in an exercise class dared her to try. Since then, she has earned an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts, and published three novels: Head Case, Beyond Lucky, and Believe. Her most recent books are part of a new young MG series called The Wish List (Scholastic, 2017-2018). In Spring 2019, Beach Lane Books will publish her first picture book biography, Just Like Rube Goldberg.

When Sarah is not writing or reading (or cooking or riding her bike), she is talking to readers about creativity, writing, social action, and of course, sparkle power! She loves working with other writers in one of her classes at the amazing Highlights Foundation or Writers on the Net (www.writers.com). She has served as an SCBWI mentor in both Illinois and Michigan. She loves sports. She overuses exclamation points. When she’s excited, she talks with her hands. Like tips? Sign up for her weekly newsletter on the writing process at www.saraharonson.com.

Schedule:

December 5th -8th - Submit your pages
December 22nd - Critiques due