San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
NOTE ON LOCATION: This workshop takes place at a private office near Foster + Broadway. All attendees will receive an email with exact location address by Aug. 2.
General submissions are often referred to by editors as “the slush pile” and the task of shining through the slush can be difficult. When you submit your writing to a literary magazine, who reads it? How much time do they spend reading it? Why does it take them so long to get back to you? Take this workshop with editor and writer Dana Norris and learn:
- What editors are seeking
- The difference between a “hard” and “soft” rejection
- How to get your work published
Dana offers an insider perspective and provides tips on how to increase your odds of being selected for publication.
About the Instructor
Dana Norris has served as the Managing Editor and Nonfiction Editor of TriQuarterly Online. She has been published in McSweeney's Internet Tendency, The Rumpus, the Tampa Review, and currently writes for Role Reboot. She is founder and host of Story Club, and she frequently performs around Chicago.
Final Note On Location:
We are renting a private office near Foster & Broadway. Please do not contact us with location questions; we will send 1 email with all workshop information, including the address - promise! This will save both of us lots of time. Thanks.