Feb 26 2018
Sending Your Work into The World: Tips for Submitt...

Sending Your Work into The World: Tips for Submitt...

Presented by Indiana Writers Center at Indiana Writers Center

Instructor: Natalie Solmer

You’ve been polishing your short story or a group of poems for months (or years); now what? You finally feel ready to share your work with the world, but beginning the process of submitting to literary journals can feel like trying to climb Everest. This class will give you a plan and some tools to climb the mountain that is the daunting task of submitting to journals. We will talk about how to make the many decisions involved: deciding when a piece is ready to submit, deciding where to submit it, and deciding how to submit it. We will also talk about how to deal with rejection letters, acceptance letters, and everything in between! My main goal in teaching this class is to motivate and empower you to begin a submissions process that just becomes part of your monthly writer routine.

Admission Info

$63 nonmembers, $40 members, $35 student members/teacher members/senior members/military members/librarian members

Phone: 317-255-0710

Email: mail@indianawriters.org

Dates & Times

2018/02/26 - 2018/02/26

Location Info

Indiana Writers Center

1125 Brookside Avenue, Suite B25, Indianapolis, IN 46202

Parking Info

Parking is located behind the Indiana Art Center in Broad Ripple. The Indiana Writers Center is in the smaller building behind the IAC, not the main building.

Accessibility Info