Ends on April 15, 2019$15.00 - 350.00
$15.00 - 350.00


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We are so excited that writer and professor Kerry Neville will be offering prose consultations this spring! Kerry Neville is the author of the award-winning short fiction collections, Remember to Forget Meand Necessary Lies. Her fiction and essays have appeared in The Gettysburg Review, TriQuarterly, Epoch, The Huffington Post,The Washington Post, and The Fix.  She has twice received the Dallas Museum of Art Prize for Fiction and has been awarded The John Guyon Prize in Literary Nonfiction, The Texas Institute of Letters/Kay Cattarulla Prize for the Short Story, and the Short Story Book of the Year Prize from Independent Publisher Magazine. She is faculty for the Frank McCourt/University of Limerick Summer Writing School. As a 2018 Fulbright Scholar in Ireland, she was Visiting Faculty in the M.A. Creative Writing Program at University of Limerick. She received her PhD in Creative Writing and is Assistant Professor of English/Creative Writing at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia.

Kerry is accepting fiction and nonfiction for content critique. Please see below for fees and guidelines.

  • Flash Fiction/Nonfiction (up to 2 pages), $15
  • Short Stories/Essays (up to 20 pages), $45
  • Chapbooks (16-40 pages), $150 
  • Novels/Memoir Excerpts (up to 100 pages), $250
  • Short Story/Essay Collections (up to 180 pages), $350

All manuscripts should be formatted in 12-point font and double-spaced.

The deadline to submit work for this consultation is April 15. Kerry will complete her work and respond to all participants by May 15.


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We are so excited that writer and professor Kerry Neville will be offering prose consultations this spring! Kerry Neville is the author of the award-winning short fiction collections, Remember to Forget Meand Necessary Lies. Her fiction and essays have appeared in The Gettysburg Review, TriQuarterly, Epoch, The Huffington Post,The Washington Post, and The Fix.  She has twice received the Dallas Museum of Art Prize for Fiction and has been awarded The John Guyon Prize in Literary Nonfiction, The Texas Institute of Letters/Kay Cattarulla Prize for the Short Story, and the Short Story Book of the Year Prize from Independent Publisher Magazine. She is faculty for the Frank McCourt/University of Limerick Summer Writing School. As a 2018 Fulbright Scholar in Ireland, she was Visiting Faculty in the M.A. Creative Writing Program at University of Limerick. She received her PhD in Creative Writing and is Assistant Professor of English/Creative Writing at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia.

Kerry is accepting fiction and nonfiction for content critique. Please see below for fees and guidelines.

  • Flash Fiction/Nonfiction (up to 2 pages), $15
  • Short Stories/Essays (up to 20 pages), $45
  • Chapbooks (16-40 pages), $150 
  • Novels/Memoir Excerpts (up to 100 pages), $250
  • Short Story/Essay Collections (up to 180 pages), $350

All manuscripts should be formatted in 12-point font and double-spaced.

The deadline to submit work for this consultation is April 15. Kerry will complete her work and respond to all participants by May 15.


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Thank you for your interest in being a sponsor for the 55th annual Georgia Author of the Year Awards. 

We are incredibly grateful for your support. Please see below for available sponsorship packages. 

Level 1: The Times New Roman $100

  • One mention across social media platforms
  • 1/4 page print promotion inclusion in Georgia Author of the Year Awards ceremony program and the Georgia Author of the Year website
  • Mention during listing of sponsorships by host at Georgia Author of the Year Awards ceremony


Level 2: The Helvetica $250

  • 4 Mentions (1 per week) across social media platforms for 1 month 
  • 1/2 page print promotion and logo inclusion in Georgia Author of the Year Awards ceremony program and the Georgia Author of the Year website
  • Promotional items given to workshop attendees for 1 workshop with sponsorship mention in author introduction
  • Mention during listing of sponsorships by host at Georgia Author of the Year Awards 
  • Logo and promotion inclusion in 1 monthly events email (goes to 4,000 inboxes) 


Level 3: The Garamond $500

  • 6 Mentions (1 per week) across social media platforms for 6 weeks 
  • Full page print promotion and logo inclusion in Georgia Author of the Year Awards ceremony program and the Georgia Author of the Year website
  • Promotional items included in Georgia Author of the Year Awards ceremony attendee swag bag or table at event 
  • Opening sponsorship host mention at Georgia Author of the Year Awards ceremony, with logo included in presentation
  • Logo and promotion inclusion in 4 monthly events emails (go to 4,000 inboxes) 

Please fill out all required fields in order for us to process your event request and place it on our website. Thank you so much!

Memberships are $50.00 for 12 months and include:

  • FREE monthly workshop admission
  • Discount on Red Clay Writers Conference admission
  • Access to monthly online columns on various writing and publishing topics
  • Access to Facebook critique groups for creative non-fiction, fiction, and poetry (NEW!)
  • Access to audio from past monthly workshops (NEW!)
  • Free one year subscription to Poets & Writers magazine (NEW!)
  • Discount on Scrivener and Scapple (NEW!)


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Eligibility Requirements

Applicants to the Georgia Writers Registry (GWR) must be residents of Georgia and must also earn a minimum of 12 publication points based on the following point system:

12 Points

  • Each book of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, or creative non-fiction
  • Each play produced by a professional theatre (equity contract)

6 Points

  • Each chapbook
  • Staged readings of plays by professional theatres or professional playwright’s organizations

3 Points

  • Each work of fiction, non-fiction, or creative non-fiction published in a literary journal, anthology, or edited Web publication
  • Each poem published in a literary journal, anthology, or edited Web publication

Ineligible Publications

  • Publications from vanity presses
  • Self-published work
  • Work from presses that do not offer authors standard book contracts
  • Work published by a journal or anthology for which one makes editorial decisions
  • Translations


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This form should be filled out by the sponsoring organization prior to the event. 

Applications will not be considered unless all information is provided. Please keep a copy for your records. Sponsors are required to submit all promotional materials, including print copies of webpages and e-mails, that highlight the logoes of the Georgia Writers Association, the Georgia Council of the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Proof of verbal acknowledgement made at the event must be submitted if there are no written promotional materials.


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This form should be filled out by the sponsoring organization after the event has taken place.

The event director is to complete this form within 15 days of the completion of the event. Sponsors are required to submit all promotional materials along with this form, including screenshots of webpages and e-mails, that highlight the logos of the Georgia Writers Association, the Georgia Council for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Proof of verbal acknowledgement made at the event must be submitted if there are no written promotional materials. 


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  • This form should be filled out the writer after the event has taken place and within 15 days of the completion of the event. 
  • Please cash your check within 90 days of issuance.
  • If there are any discrepencies between the amount you agreed to be paid for the even and the actual amount of the check, please contact Jenny Sadre-Orafai jsadreor@kennesaw.edu
Georgia Writers Association