Author • Editor
Grace Wynter is an author, editor, and workshop facilitator. She is also co-managing editor of Tessera Editorial, a consortium of BIPOC editors working to help make publishing more accessible to all people.
She has a BBA in Economics, an MBA in marketing, and an editing certificate from the University of Chicago. Her nonfiction work includes Everyday Economics (Quarto, 2022) and a regular column for Writer Unboxed—a Writer’s Digest Best Website for Writers. Her novel, Free Falling, was a Georgia Romance Writers’ Maggie Award finalist. She is currently querying her manuscript, THE LESSER LIGHT, a YA speculative fiction thriller.
Grace’s professional experience includes marketing communications, product management, and corporate training. She has conducted workshops for Wake Up and Write! and The Atlanta Writers Club and is a freelance editor for their biannual Atlanta Writers Conference. Her editing clients include an array of traditional publishers and self-published authors.
When she’s not alternating between the Marvel and DC universes, she resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
After seven years away from home, 24-year-old Free Spalding returns to Pointe Hill, GA to save her late father's Jamaican restaurant from a real estate deal that could destroy everything he worked for.
An easy-to-understand and fully illustrated handbook that teaches essential economic thinking, topics, and concepts so you can confidently apply economic reasoning in daily situations and discussions.
The Lesser Light
In an alternate present-day America, a sixteen-year-old member of her Jamaican American district’s lowest caste vows to find her best friend’s killer.
August 6, 2022
Austin RWA Virtual Workshop
Are you writing stories that will sell?
If plot is what your characters do and story is why they do it, then structure is the map or framework that gets them where they need to go. A weak framework will leave your characters and your readers floundering. In this two-hour workshop, editor, writer, and story coach Grace Wynter explores story structure: how to create it, how to fix common mistakes, and how to use it to write unforgettable stories.
Who this session is for:
- Beginning novelists looking to advance their story structuring
- Professional novelists who’ve hit a wall or need a reboot
- Novelists in any genre seeking to make their novels more marketable
Cost: $15 for Austin RWA members, $30 for all other participants
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
September 29-October 16
Writer Unboxed UnCon - Inclusive Storytelling
Too often, stories welcome some readers at the expense of others. But inclusive storytelling strives to move beyond stereotypes and outdated language and archetypes by creating stories that come to life for all readers. In this session, Professional Editor and Authenticity Reader Grace Wynter provides insight into language, cultural shifts, and resources that will help authors tell stories that more accurately and authentically reflect the changing world around them.