Introduction

Welcome! Pay here if your First Page has been selected for a critique by me.


About Peter Selgin

Peter Selgin is the author of Drowning Lessons, winner of the 2007 Flannery O’Connor Award for Fiction, Life Goes to the Movies, a novel, two books on the craft of fiction, and several children’s books. His memoir, Confessions of a Left-Handed Man, was short-listed for the William Saroyan International Prize. His latest novel, The Water Master, won the William Faulkner Society Prize, selected by Random House Senior Editor Will Murphy. His work has won the Missouri Review Editors’ Prize, the Dana Award, six Best American Essay notable essay citations, and two selections for the Best American series. A second memoir, The Inventors, is forthcoming from Hawthorne Books in April of 2016. He teaches at Antioch University’s MFA program and is Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Georgia College & State University.
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3 Responses to Introduction

  1. Adele Annesi says:

    This is one of the most helpful and constructive blogs for current and would-be novelists on the planet-frighteningly astute!

  2. Paulette says:

    Very cool. When I have a first page I will submit it. (And I will have a first page…in the process of writing …don’t know which is the first page yet) Thank you!!!

  3. How wonderful! The thing is, most of what I write is only one page. How I wish there was something like this for picture books. I have not found it yet. Correct me if I’m wrong and there is something similar for PB writers. Either way, when I finish the first pages of my YA historical fiction I will consider sending it to you! Feel free to swing by and visit me at my blog. I absolutely love visitors!

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