Counts death kind Nature's signal of retreat. For instance, a fine large engraving is laid flat upon the floor Here he sat down, and remained fixed in thought a number of hours, at the end of which he sprang from the ground with a vehement exulting emotion. He had formed his resolution, which was, that all these estates should be his again : he had formed his plan too, which he instantly began to execute.
Yet when the sense of sacred presence fires, And strong devotion to the skies aspires, Pour forth thy fervours for a healthful mind, Obedient passions, and a will resigned I also write and edit screenplays and pilots, and have experience in TV writing rooms. I love helping writers find character-driven story arcs that feel surprising yet inevitable. She is the recipient of awards and fellowships from Bread Loaf, Ucross, Ragdale, Arctic Circle, and other foundations.
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After four years on the road at writing residencies, she now teaches, edits, and writes fiction and TV in Los Angeles. She is from Portland, Oregon. I am currently working on a historical novel set in an orphanage in Atlanta in the s. I also have written about music, popular culture, and Jewish cultural history, and have had my work collected in numerous anthologies. I love helping people with their writing, period.
I spend mornings with my own work. That said, I do particularly respond to socio-political, historical, philosophical, contemplative, funny, quirky, inventive, poignant, intense rule-breaking writing. Quiet reflective. I kind of like it all. She has received a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Literature and is in revision on her second book, a novel. Her online home is: carabensonwriter. Are you working on a novel or short story and you keep getting the "We love this, but it's not for us" rejection letter? Jenna Blum may be the consultant for you.
Jenna is interested in consulting on novels, novellas and short stories in their final stages of revision; she specializes in literary and some eras of historical fiction. No genre, please!
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Jenna specializes in Facebook, Twitter, and mainstream social media as well as writer websites, book club connection and public speaking. Consultations accepted via submission only. Please contact Jenna via Grub or her website, www. Jenna is also one of Oprah's Top 30 Women Writers. Jenna has taught for GrubStreet since and is thrilled to be returning. Character-driven fiction: literary, young adult, adult coming-of-age, speculative fiction. More than a dozen of her former students and clients have gone on to publish their novels with presses like Viking, Harcourt and Penguin.
Character-driven pieces-- drama or comedy or dramedy, modern day and historical pieces, indie as well as stories with a smart, high concept. I also do consulting for TV projects. I have a keen eye for both sentence-level detail and big-picture editing, and work on projects ranging from flash to book-length.
An experienced literary magazine editor and juror for literary contests, fellowships, and awards, I can offer guidance on submitting to literary magazines, grants, and fellowships from the perspective of both the applicant and the reviewer. A native of Great Britain, I'm particularly adept at authenticating settings, characters, and stories associated with the UK. I also offer cultural consulting on issues related to gender and class. For a full list of publications, projects, and services, please visit colwillbrown.
I am fluent in French and originally from the Midwest, so hit me up about those things. I am also happy to consult on the business of being a writer: time management, motivation, promotion, navigating submissions, to MFA or not to MFA, and all those little things that come up. She publishes in fiction, poetry, and drama. Her scholarly work focuses on discourses of oppression, resistance, and imagination in contemporary and speculative literature.
You can visit her website at skbrownell. The intersections of poetry and political economy, history including art history , politics, class, race, gender, language, multilingual poetry, poetry of the Americas, poetry as a mode of inquiry. John has performed a live monologue about losing much of his hearing at galleries and colleges around the country. Jennifer Crystal holds an M. Her work has appeared in The Boston Globe, wbur. Her website is www. Character-driven young adult fiction, middle grade, humor, science fiction, paranormal, fantasy, horror, magical realism, mystery, thriller, pop culture, food writing, and stories that can't be easily boxed into one category.
My favorite elements to work on are dialogue especially comedic , world-building, and intricately-crafted, puzzle-y plots. She lives in California with her husband, cat and dog, can be seen occasionally performing improv, and owns an obscene amount of weird things purchased at yard sales. Get in touch and let me know what you're looking for, and I can either find a way to help you myself, or try to refer you to someone who can.
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In , she won the Nellie Bly Award for Investigative Journalism for her work on racism in the Boston sports media scene. She is currently working on a non-fiction book about women and girls in football. Visit britnidlc. Cross-cultural, international, family, feminism, travel, literary fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. I'm a native Floridian and can help you nail Sunshine State-specific settings. My experience as an arts administrator and grantwriting consultant can be especially useful if you're developing applications and funding proposals for books, residencies, and community projects.
I'm happy to work with writers struggling with ADHD and executive functioning difficulties. Denise Delgado is instructor, consultant, and Neighborhood Program Fellow at GrubStreet, teaching classes, including bilingual workshops in English and Spanish, and doing outreach in Boston neighborhoods and public libraries.
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She has facilitated creative writing and art workshops for adults and teens as well as socially-engaged arts projects at libraries, schools, museums, a prison and other community spaces since Since she has organized the Free School for Writing, an itinerant classroom for literary craft talks and workshops. She is currently at work a collection of linked short stories set in Miami and Cuba around two families connected through Operation Peter Pan. Literary fiction of any kind, with a special affinity for family relationships, coming-of-age stories, and period pieces. I'm also interested in research-based non-fiction, long or short.
She earned a B. Her first non-fiction book, a biography of 19th-century physicist John Tyndall entitled A Vision of Modern Science, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in Her first novel, Shorecliff, was published by Little, Brown in and tells the story of a large family that gathers in Maine in the summer of Literary, speculative, and experimental fictions. Critical, reflective, and political essays.
Book-length manuscripts welcome. Character-driven, high-concept and indie, drama, comedy, historical, and adaptations. Cheryl Eagan-Donovan is a writer and documentary filmmaker. She has published poetry and articles about Shakespeare, screenwriting, and film. She teaches screenwriting, film and literature at Lesley University and Northeastern University. Cheryl is a lecturer at Shakespeare conferences around the country.
I'm interested in literary fiction of any kind, with particular interest in cross-cultural, international, and identity narratives. I'm also interested in high-concept, plot-driven or character-driven narratives, comedy or dramedy. I'm also available as a sensitivity reader.