Novel Incubator Deadline Monday, March 2nd!

There's no getting around it: a good novel requires time. It also requires understanding the novel as an unique art form distinct from the short story. If you're currently drafting a novel, consider giving it the time and direct attention it deserves by applying for Grub's Novel Incubator program, a competitive and affordable MFA-level course for ten fiction writers that begins in May 2015. For a good sense of the type of fellow students and experience you will have, check out the Dead Darlings blog, run exclusively by alumni of the program.  

 

The deadline to apply is THIS COMING Monday, 3/2 at 5pm!  

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