Strategies for Getting Published in Journals, Magazines and Online: A Workshop for Creative Writers


SKU: W011S Category: Tag:
Start Date: 06/07/2019, 1 meeting
Class Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: 220, LHS
Instructor: Thomas Daley
Status: Running/Openings


Have you written poetry, fiction, or creative non-fiction? Are you looking for a broader audience for your work? This workshop will offer successful techniques for finding the right journal, magazine, or online venue for your creative output. We will discuss issues such as developing a relationship with an editor, the right kind of cover letter, the timing of your submission, the pros and cons of contests, how to use the web to maximize your exposure, simultaneous submissions, and how to attract the attention of agents. The instructor’s poems and reviews have been published or are forthcoming in numerous journals and other venues, including The Boston Globe, Fence, Harvard Review, Denver Quarterly, The Massachusetts Review, Crazyhorse, Barrow Street, Poetry Ireland Review, Prairie Schooner, 32 Poems, Diagram, Salamander, Del Sol Review, Southern Humanities Review, The Bulletin of the Emily Dickinson International Society, and Studio Potter.