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This term, we're offering a revised version of a really cool class we've offered once before, Master Scriptwriting for Stage and Screen. There are so many reasons we're excited about this class
Writing and money--they go together like peanut butter and jelly, right?
Not so much, at least not these days, when writers are cobbling together multiple part-time jobs to support themselves and their creative habit. Has it always been this way?
We're not sure, but we're certainly excited to hear what Jane Friedman has to say about the topic when she gives her Muse keynote address at 7:00pm on Saturday, May 3rd. She'll share research and stories about the history of authorship and the writer's relationship with money, going back to the days of Gutenberg ...
April 16, 2014 | Whitney Scharer
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We loved this interview at Fiction Writers Review so much that we wanted to make sure that all our Grub Daily subscribers got a chance to read it. In it, current Novel Incubator instructor Michelle Hoover interviews her former Incubator co-teacher Lisa Borders about their experience in the program, how teaching has informed their own writing, how Grub is like a wonderful "Island of Misfit Toys," and much more. It's a rich interview--dive in!