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Sunday, May 1 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
10G: Feedback Is a Conversation LIMITED

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Having outside readers look at your work-in-progress is an essential part of the process for every writer--essential and intimidating! How do you find a reader you can trust, and how do you work with feedback once you have it? Join Kate Racculia (author, manuscript consultant, and writing instructor) and Louise Miller (author and Novel Incubator graduate) as they discuss their approaches to reader feedback and critique, and share their own experiences–both the good and the not so good. They will talk about different options for finding readers, how to know you are ready for feedback and, critically, how to know when you have had enough. They will also discuss what to do with conflicting feedback, and other critique pitfalls that can happen along the way. You will leave the session with inspiration and a roadmap for taking feedback and transforming it into a revision plan. This lively discussion will leave ample time for Q&A.

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Louise Miller

Louise Miller is a writer and pastry chef who lives and works in Boston, MA. Her debut novel The City Baker's Guide to Country Living will be published by Pamela Dorman Books/Viking in August of 2016. So far The City Baker's Guide has been acquired for publication in four additional countries.  | | She was raised in urban, and then suburban Boston, where she quickly learned that in order to survive she would have to lose her thick... Read More →
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Kate Racculia

Kate Racculia is a writer and freelancer who called Boston home for many years and currently resides in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She is the author of two novels, the most recent of which, Bellweather Rhapsody, was published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2014 and named a 2015 Alex Award winner. Alex Awards recognize novels written for adults for having special appeal to teenagers. Her first novel, This Must Be the Place, was named a 2011 Must... Read More →

Sunday May 1, 2016 11:30am - 12:45pm
Newbury Room

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