The ABC's of Literary Journal Submission

What Submission Guidelines Don’t Tell You: An Insider’s Guide to Submitting to Literary Journals

Whether you’re just thinking  about sending your work out to literary journals, or you’ve already received a  handful of rejections, this class will explain how the dizzying process really works. We’ll cover targeting  markets, formatting work, handling rejections, and what happens when you get  accepted. After this lively class, you’ll be ready to charge the world of  publishing. (Note: Not for book-length publishing)
“I attended  a Liz Prato’s mini-workshop on publishing, & it was great. I walked away  with reassuring statistics on how many rejections to expect as opposed to  acceptances, models for cover letters, an online source for literary journals,  & lots of good, practical advice.” ~ Cindy Stewart-Rinier

Register for this class

Teacher: Liz Prato
Date/Time: Saturday, April 19th, 1 - 3pm
Location: Attic Institute, 4232 SE Hawthorne
Total Fee: $50 (cash/check); $59 (Paypal).

Liz Prato's stories and essays have appeared in Hayden’s  Ferry Review, Subtropics, The Rumpus, Iron Horse Literary Review, Hunger  Mountain, Carve, and ZYZZYVA, among others. Awards include the 2010 Minnetonka  Review Editor’s Prize, 2005 Berkeley Fiction Review Sudden Fiction prize. She was appointed a 2012 Sewanee Writers’ Conference Scholar and has guest-edited for VoiceCatcher. She is the editor of the fiction anthology The Night, and the Rain, and the River (Forest Avenue Press, May 2014).

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