Publishing Your Short Work: Strategies to Maximize Success on Your Submissions

$130.00
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$150.00
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Saturday, November 4th, 10:00am-5:00pm
GrubStreet HQ
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Level: For Everyone
12 seats max
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Whether your genre is fiction, poetry, or nonfiction, submitting to journals and magazines should become a regular part of your writing life. The act of sending work out, however, can feel daunting and confusing. What are the best publications for emerging writers? When is the ideal time to submit? Should I include a cover letter? What does it mean if I get a form rejection? In this class, we will discuss the entire submission process in detail. From determining when your writing is ready to be considered for publication, to familiarizing yourself with the lit journals and magazines landscape, you will be provided with resources, examples, strategies, and tips that will ensure your submissions are taken seriously. You will leave this course with a concrete plan for submitting your own work and a clear sense of what you can expect going forward.

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Instructor

Jonathan Escoffery
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Elements

  • Class Discussion
  • In-Class Reading
  • Lecture

Genre

  • Short Fiction
  • Nonfiction
  • Publishing & Promotion
  • Poetry
  • Professional Development & Skills

Commitment Level

Low

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