MWW16: Learning to Lead, Learning to Chill Out

Bear with me here, because this is going to be a long one. My Facebook memories are full of MWWs past and I’m gonna get emotional and nostalgic. 2016 was my fourth year at the Midwest Writers Workshop. I started out in 2013 as a little baby agent assistant intern all excited and nervous andContinue reading “MWW16: Learning to Lead, Learning to Chill Out”

What I Learned Interning at the Midwest Writers Workshop

This year for the second time, I interned at the Midwest Writers Workshop as an assistant to literary agent Bridget Smith. It was an amazing weekend. I met really cool people, I got to see some great friends that I’d made last year, I met the guy at Midwest that looked like John Green (seriously),Continue reading “What I Learned Interning at the Midwest Writers Workshop”

Alpha Interview: Jameyanne Fuller

Here we are, the last Alpha interview. If you missed any, just click around this sentence. For more on Alpha, check out their website and the awesome Alpha blog and feel free to hit up the comments with questions. The application deadline for Alpha is Sunday, so get going! That’s also when the fundraiser ends,Continue reading “Alpha Interview: Jameyanne Fuller”

Alpha Interview: Ray Stevens

And we’re back with another Alpha interview! Check out Sarah Brand’s last Alpha interview and look for my last interview later this week. Remember, the Alpha application deadline is March 3rd, so get going and apply! You should also donate if you can! Every little bit helps. If you haven’t been convinced yet, go intoContinue reading “Alpha Interview: Ray Stevens”

Alpha Interview: Lara Donnelly

Hopefully, the other interviews have helped you realize that Alpha is the best thing ever. But just in case you haven’t been convinced to apply or donate, I have another interview for you. This one gave me all sorts of warm and fuzzy missing-Alpha feelings. Lara Donnelly is a 2007/2008 alum of Alpha and attendedContinue reading “Alpha Interview: Lara Donnelly”