Dammit, yes! Previous to that, she comments on how the most important thing youcan do for your fiction is make it engaging. And yes again. All those little things--crisp dialogue, engaging characters, shiny ideas, sentence-level polish, satisfying structure.... do we sometimes lose track, as would-be writers, that our goal is to make the reader put the story down with a kind of *aaaahhhhhhh* at the end?
And workshops, I think, excel at correcting problems. But a story with no problems isn't a salable story, necessarily. A story that makes the reader go, "snif..." or "wooooaaaaahhh!" or "hmmmm." or "Heh!" or "Holy Christ on a popsicle stick!!!" -- that's a salable story. Damn straight.