Bid to Win Children’s-YA Book Agent, Author & Editor Critiques to Benefit Hunger Mountain – VCFA Journal of the Arts

Bid to win manuscript critiques with authors, editors, and agents as well as limited edition, signed letterpress broadsides from the Vermont College of Fine Arts’ Hunger Mountain Holiday Fundraising Auction.

This auction features a 250-page manuscript critique with editor Stephen Roxburgh (interview); a 250-page manuscript critique with children’s-YA author Tim Wynne-Jones (interview); and the chance to name a character in YA author Nancy Werlin’s next novel.

Items also include partial critiques by children’s-YA author Susan Fletcher and YA author Micol Ostow (interview) as well as full-manuscript middle grade or young adult novel critiques by YA authors Carrie Jones (interview) and An Na (interview).

In addition, a 50-page critique or full picture-book critique is offered by agent-author Ammi-Joan Paquette of Erin Murphy Literary (interview).

All purchases are charitable in support of Hunger Mountain’s non-profit mission 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.

Again, all items are available at The Hunger Mountain Store. Bidding ends at noon EST Dec. 12.

About the Auction

Author and editor critiques of poetry, play, and fiction manuscripts for adults also are available.

About Hunger Mountain

Hunger Mountain is both a print and online journal of the arts. The journal publishes fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, visual art, children’s and YA writing, writing for stage and screen, interviews, reviews, and craft essays. The print issue comes out annually in the fall, and online content changes on a regular basis.

The Hunger Mountain editorial offices are located at the Vermont College of Fine Arts in historical Montpelier, Vermont

About Vermont College of Fine Arts

Vermont College of Fine Arts is the first college devoted entirely to low-residency, graduate fine arts programs, offering an MFA in Writing, MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults and MFA in Visual Arts.”