When is your book “done”? Or at least, when is it done enough to send to readers, to an agent, to an editor? What is the difference between exhaustion and completion? And how good is good enough? To help us answer these questions, we’ve got author Kasey LeBlanc.
Kasey LeBlanc (he/him) is a 2015 graduate of Harvard College, and an alum of GrubStreet's Novel Incubator program where he was an Alice Hoffman Fellow. He was a finalist in 2019 for the Boston Public Library's Writer-in-Residence position, and has had articles published through WBUR's Cognoscenti, Conde Nast's them, and WriterUnboxed. His debut novel FLYBOY, which tells the story of a closeted trans teenager who becomes a flying trapeze artist in a magical dream circus, all while navigating senior year at a new Catholic school, will be published in spring 2024 by Balzer + Bray / HarperCollins.
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