How Submitting to Lit Mags Will Improve Your Writing (Oct 25 and Nov 6, 2018)

A partnership with Lit Mag Love

How Submitting to Lit Mags Will Improve Your Writing is a 1.5-hour online workshop for writers who want improve and publish their writing. Learn how lit mags work in a writer's journey to publication, with examples from writers who got their starts by publishing in lit mags. The workshop draws inspiration from the editors who produce lit mags and answers the question, Why Submit to Lit Mags? with best practices for submitting.

Cost: $27 CAD

Registration and more details about this course are available on Lit Mag Love's website.

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Register online at https://www.litmaglove.com/workshop/

Instructor

Rachel Thompson is the founder of Lit Mag Love, a member of Room's editorial board and Room's former managing editor, a published author, and host of the Lit Mag Love Podcast, where she has interviewed numerous editors about submissions to their journals. She helps writers make their most luminous words shine with courses on revision, getting published, and promotion for writers.

Workshop Schedule & Details

Live Workshop 1.5 Hours:  Your choice of October 25 or Nov 6

Learn how to love lit mags so that they’ll love you back, why and how to get involved in lit mags, and how to gather a list of ideal places to submit your writing so you can improve your craft and publish your words.

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