Author Archives: Tracey Palmer

About Tracey Palmer

Tracey Palmer is a freelance writer and founder of Palmer Communications. She's editor of Dead Darlings and a regular contributor to WBUR's Cognoscenti. A scholarship graduate of Grub Street’s Novel Incubator, Tracey's first, unpublished novel was named a finalist in the Writer’s League of Texas manuscript competition. She was a scholarship recipient at the Salty Quill Writers Retreat and selected to attend the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. She's currently working on a gritty, literary novel about a a deeply damaged and disillusioned solider who returns from Afghanistan to a son who despises her—and the stark realization that her real enemy is herself.

The Novel Incubator Turns 12!

This November, ten aspiring novelists became Boston-based GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator Program’s 12th graduating class, joining over 100 other alumni—many of whom have already had their novels published. In fact, according to Incubator instructor, Michelle Hoover, the program boasts a publication…