This class is designed for writers and poets who are seeking to publish in literary journals but are finding the path to publication daunting and/or difficult to navigate. In this session, we will discuss when, how, and what to submit to (which) literary magazines. As published or unpublished writers, we’ll revise our work, craft bios and cover letters, demystify Submittable, organize our submission calendars, decode rejection letters, and discuss the pros and cons of publishing online or via a traditional medium. This class is for writers of all levels.
- Instructor: Katie Foster
- Length of workshop: 3 hours
- Date: Saturday, March 4
- Time: 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.
- Cost: $55 non-members; $48 members
About the Instructor:
Katie Young Foster grew up in the Sandhills of Nebraska. She is the 2016-17 Creative Writing Fellow at The Curb Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Her stories have appeared or are forthcoming in The Masters Review Anthology, Arcadia, The Boiler Journal, and elsewhere. She is the winner of The Masters Review Anthology contest judged by Amy Hempel, and has been recognized by Arcadia Magazine’s Dead Bison Editors’ Prize in Fiction and the Zoetrope: All-Story Short Fiction contest.