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It is very rare for me to be able to offer a novel critique and I am pleased to support VCFA, so I hope you will consider bidding!
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Holly Cupala is offering a critique of 50 pages of a young adult manuscript (and one-page synopsis) by email. Manuscript Guidelines: double-spaced in 12-pt font, sent via surface mail. Manuscript must arrive by July 1, 2011 and the critique will be scheduled to take place by August 15, 2011. Contact information will be provided to the winning bidder within one week of confirmed payment.
Holly Cupala is a YA novelist. Her first novel, Tell Me a Secret, won an SCBWI work in progress grant. Her second book, Don't Breathe a Word, is forthcoming from HarperCollins in October 2011. Ten percent of the author's book proceeds go toward World Vision's Hope for Sexually Exploited Girls. She lives in Seattle with her husband and daughter.
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Hunger Mountain: the VCFA Journal of the Arts, is a non-profit literary journal published in Montpelier, Vermont. Hunger Mountain is both a print publication and an online destination for readers, writers, artists and art lovers. Our mission is to cultivate engagement with and conversation about the arts by publishing high-quality, innovative literary and visual art by both established and emerging artists, and by offering opportunities for interactivity and discourse. To learn more about Hunger Mountain, including contest and submission guidelines, visit www.hungermtn.org.