Live Class: Voice In A Manuscript With Agent Stephanie Winter, Wednesday, May 20, 8:30pm EDT

One of the most important skills for a writer to have is the ability to craft clear and strong voices in their manuscript. Sounding inauthentic or unrealistic can be the difference between a pass or an offer of representation. In this class, we’ll target common mishaps and approach creating strong narratives on three levels: dialogue, prose, and characters.

As a result of attending this session, attendees will gain valuable tips and expert advice on writing realistic and engaging dialogue that is both informative and essential.

You’ll leave the class with the tools to self-edit your characters in order to render more believable and captivating voices.

This class is open to all genres. If you can’t make it live, you can get a ticket now and watch the replay.

Stephanie is an agent at P.S. Literary. She first joined the agency as an intern before becoming the agency’s relations assistant. Stephanie is a dedicated bookseller who holds a B.A. from the University of Toronto in English Literature and a M.A. in English: Issues in Modern Culture from University College London. She is actively looking for diverse and inclusive voices in fiction and nonfiction spaces who make new worlds and perspectives come alive. Stephanie particularly appreciates strong characters who bend stereotypes, genders, and more.