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"How to Submit to Journals" ONLINE CLASS with Stacey Swann

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Online Class
TX

5/3/2017 From 06:30 PM to 09:30 PM


$49 members (sign in for member pricing)

$109 nonmembers

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Location Note: This is an online class.

Short story creation springs from both art and craft. However, finding a good home for those stories takes a significant amount of effort of a different sort. This class course will walk you through the essential steps of submitting to journals and magazines. Together, we’ll explore the following areas:

  • Exploring the shape and dynamics of the literary journal market
  • How to match our work to publications with aesthetics similar to our own
  • Cover letters and tracking submissions

If you are a writer stories ready to send out into the world, this class will help you arrive at that elusive understanding: what editors really value and expect.

 

About the instructor: 

Stacey Swann’s fiction has appeared in Epoch, Memorious, Versal, and other journals. The former editor at American Short Fiction and former Stegner Fellow, she teaches with Stanford University’s Online Writer’s Studio. She's at work on Olympus, TX, a novel-in-progress she is whittling down from Texas-sized to a more modest Montana or New Mexico size.



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