THE PATH TO PUBLICATION: HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR WORK TO JOURNALS AND CONTESTS
Do you have a poem or story or essay you’d like to submit for publication? In this master class, we’ll discuss approaches to submitting your work for publication—where to find contests and journals open to submissions and how to find ones that are a good fit for your work. We’ll cover everything from how to make sure a contest is credible to how to format your piece for submission. Join Dana Isokawa, associate editor of Poets & Writers Magazine, for an in-depth look at journal and contest submissions.
COST: $65 for members; $80 for non-members
DATE: Thursday, April 26, 2018
TIME: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
LOCATION: St. John’s Church Parish Hall in Church Hill. 2401 E Broad St, Richmond, VA 23223
REGISTRATION OPENS APRIL 1
Dana Isokawa is the associate editor of Poets & Writers Magazine, where she edits the magazine’s sections on writing contests and fellowships, literary news and trends, and conferences and residencies. She writes the magazine’s column on literary journals, Literary MagNet, and also helps curate the publication’s annual feature on debut poets. She has served as the interviews editor for Washington Square Review, and has taught creative writing in New York University hospitals. She received her MFA in poetry from New York University.
Complete details: https://jamesriverwriters.org/event/master-class-the-path-to-publication-how-to-submit-your-work-to-journals-and-contests/