Cover Photo: author Meg Wolitzer. Photo taken by Nina Subin
author Meg Wolitzer. Photo taken by Nina Subin

Generative Fiction Workshop with Meg Wolitzer: Manuscript Triage

This four-day workshop will be offered as a part of Catapult and WME's Writer's Winter Break this coming January 2020

and complete the registration form sent to you by Catapult staff. Workshops and related programming take place January 22nd through 26th, 2020, at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.

- Tailored help from Meg Wolitzer on addressing specific issues in your writing

- Detailed, personalized prompts and exercises to help you generate new writing and/or to revise your manuscript

- A chance to get specific feedback on your work from fellow dedicated writers


- On day one, participants must bring in one page of their own writing, a page of published work that they enjoy, and a one-to-two-page description of an issue that they’d like to focus on in their own manuscript

- Participants are expected to generate new and/or revised writing over the course of the four-day workshop

- Participants are expected to provide constructive verbal feedback on each other’s work

Meg WolitzerNew York TimesThe InterestingsThe Ten-Year NapThe WifeThe Female PersuasionThe New York TimesThe Washington PostThe AtlanticPeopleGlamourKirkus ReviewsThe Best American Short Stories 2017To Night Owl From DogfishThe Wife

Questions? Please email us at [email protected]

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