Mythbusting: All Workshops Are Created Equal

Last month I went out on a limb, stating that workshopping your writing should be the exception in academic and continuing education writing classes—not the norm. I even went so far as to suggest that most workshops are premature and misaligned with the writer or the writing, and therefore risk killing a manuscript that could have otherwise been award-winning. I believe this so firmly, I risked the entire success of my business by flipping the critique model on its head and inventing a pedagogically deep mentorship model that more pervasively integrates writing and revision skills into a writer’s life.

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