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Write, Publish, Shine Intensive

Write, Revise, and Publish Your Luminous Writing
Next Session: March 7–July 7, 2024

Registration is Complete

The Write, Publish, and Shine Intensive is a four-month program for writers who want to generate, revise, and publish new works of writing with expert support and a community of writers at your back.

This holistic intensive takes writers through the journey of developing new, luminous writing with lots of feedback, training to help you skilfully edit your work, and a custom-tailored plan to submit your writing for publication. You’ll finish the program with completed short works of writing already submitted for publication to places that most fit your voice.

Program details

WHAT DO WE DO IN THE INTENSIVE?

The intensive is divided into three sections—generating, revising, and publishing. During each section, you will have concrete, detailed assignments and deadlines. You will need 4-6 hours weekly to work on your writing, editing, and publishing assignments. (You will also be able to take breaks to synthesize what you’ve learned and rest.)

You set your own schedule throughout the program, as the work is done asynchronously, with the exception of your one-to-one calls with Rachel, which will be set on your schedule, and live group coaching calls during Revision Love and Lit Mag Love.

Once registered, you will have lifetime access to all courses and lessons.

 

Feedback & Calls

1) Live Calls
During the intensive, you will have three one-on-one mentorship calls, a one-hour personal manuscript review session, a “warm seat” revision review with Rachel, and group coaching calls during the Revision and Lit Mag Love courses.

2) Online Discussion
Throughout each week of the intensives, you will keep connected, share your work, and ask questions in our private course message board.

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Rachel’s kind and wise instruction, her asynchronous learning format, and the beautiful group of writers she attracts will keep you going through the darkest nights of the soul.

Lacey Yong

CNF writer and YA novelist

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