Letters from the Program Director: Get Revising the Right Way

Hello writers,

Finishing the first draft of a novel is a huge accomplishment, one that takes dedication and discipline, but we all know the first draft of something should never be the last. In order to get your novel ready for publication, you will likely need to do several rounds of revision and that can be really daunting for a lot of folks. You’ve just spent months (even years!) writing a book, and now you have to read and revise it over and over again. But that’s why it’s especially important that you tackle the revision process using tried and true methods that will not only help you take your work to the next level, but that will also align with the way you write and your vision for the project.

That’s why we’re excited to offer the classOn Novel Revision: Finding What Works Best for You and Your Novel” with Adam Soto on Saturday, May 21st. If you’re starting the revision process but you’re not sure where to start or if you’re going in the right direction, this class is for you.

All the best,
Sam Babiak
Program Director

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