0378) GET YOUR WORK OUT THERE: A NEWBIE'S GUIDE TO THE PUBLISHING PROCESS
 

Feeling good about your writing and finally ready to take the next step toward seeing it in print or online? This one-night session will cover the basics of how to find the right press or journal for your work, how to make sure you’re maximizing your chances of success and how to keep track of your submissions. Learn why it’s essential to follow submission guidelines to the letter, celebrate your rejections (yes, your rejections!) and be persistent. This class will focus on publishing poetry and prose with small presses and independent journals. 

THERESA BURNS’s poetry, reviews and nonfiction have appeared in The New York Times, Prairie Schooner, New Ohio Review, JAMA, America Magazine, The Cortland Review, The Night Heron Barks, SWWIM, and elsewhere. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee and author of the chapbook Two Train Town. Her first full-length collection of poems, Design, will be published in Spring 2022 by Terrapin Books. A long-time book editor, she is the founder of the spoken-word series Watershed Literary Events and teaches writing in and around New York.