We all know the trope: writers procrastinate. They wait till the last minute. They thrive on deadline-induced adrenaline.
It’s a comforting trope.
Waiting to the 11th hour is bad news because the thing will sell out and people will be left holding their manuscripts wondering what went wrong (answer: you waited too long.)
The workshop rules. Participants get constructive feedback on their manuscripts and some get publishing deals from Andrea Brown Literary Agency agents in attendance. It happens quite a bit actually – see?
So register today – click here!