Short Description of the Workshop:
Breaking into the publishing market is especially daunting as a new writer due to limited practical experience or integrated publishing resources while in school or at workshops, writing seminars, etc. Once the fundamentals have been engrained, knowing how to present and find appropriate platforms for said writing is vital. From inexpensive marketing strategies and self established research methods to mandatory submission goals and deadlines; the workshop will offer students (undergraduate and graduate) and any writer at the early stages of their publishing career a sense of what they need to do in order to get published in a, not ultra diverse, publishing market.
Who is the intended audience?:
Undergraduate students, Graduate students, Professional students, Others
What is the intended experience level for your desired audience?:
Morgan Christie's work has appeared in Room, Aethlon, Hawai'i Review, the Coil, Sport Literature Association, as well as others. Her poetry chapbook 'Variations on a Lobster's Tale' was the winner of the 2017 Alexander Posey Chapbook Prize (University of Central Oklahoma Press) and her second poetry chapbook 'Sterling' was released by CW Books. Her full-length short story collection 'These Bodies' was published by Tolsun Books and was featured in Poets & Writers, Buzzfeed News, Foreword Reviews and elsewhere. Her most recent poetry chapbook ‘when they come’ was released by Black Sunflowers Press (2021) and is featured in the Forward Arts Foundation’s National Poetry Day exhibit.
A Zoom link will be provided to everyone who registers to this event via email when you sign up.
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NOTE: This workshop series will be audio and video recorded.
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