The Making of a Good Writing Workshop Citizen: A Crash Course in Humanity, Bullet-Point Style

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Michelle Hoover, Instructor for Grub's Novel Incubator program, is a verified expert in the field of writerly etiquette. Here, she offers her best advice on workshop citizenship and shows us exactly how she keeps the Incubator classroom a supportive space for writers. 


It seems like a recipe for torture

Michelle Hoover

The Workshop

Find a Way to Protect that Creative Space Within: An Interview with Author Louise Miller

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Louise Miller, author of The City Baker's Guide to Country Living (Pamela Dorman Books/Viking/Penguin, August 2016), received a scholarship in 2012 to attend GrubStreet's Novel Incubator Program, where she worked on the final revisions of the novel, before signing with an agent and an editor she met through the Muse and the Marketplace Conference

Colwill Brown


Novel, Inc.: Portrait of the Writer as an Old Man

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By Rob Wilstein

New York Times November 20, 2012

Simon & Schuster released a new novel by Herman Wouk, the 97-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “The Caine Mutiny,” the publisher said on Monday.

New York Times November 20, 2062

Eclipsing Herman Wouk’s long-held record, 110-year-old Boston author Rob Wilstein finally releases his first novel, his publisher said on Monday.