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Friday, May 5 • 10:30am - 11:45am
1J: From Q to S to P (to R): A Big Q&A Focusing on Querying, Submitting, Publishing, (and Rejection) FULL
Limited Capacity full

This informative Q&A session will provide print-outs and procedures for publishing your work no matter the genre.

Our topics will include answers to common questions such as:
Where might I publish longer poetry?
What about my slipstream flash fiction?
Which magazines might accept my 25-page short story about motherhood?
To Duotrope or not to Duotrope?
Should I tier and track my submissions?
Contests and Prizes - are they worth it?
How many rejections is too many; should I revise or just re-route?

Come armed with your questions, confusion, and comments. We will answer and advise. We will be your practical resource for taking the leap and getting your work out there.

Speakers
avatar for Emily Franklin

Emily Franklin

Author, LINER NOTES
Emily Franklin is the author of a novel, Liner Notes (S&S) and a story collection, The Girls’ Almanac (Morrow).  She is also the author of sixteen novels for young adults, including The Half-Life of Planets, nominated for YALSA’s Best Book of the Year and Tessa Masterson Will Go to Prom, selected for the 2013 Rainbow List honoring LGBTQ issues in fiction... Read More →
avatar for Maria Pinto

Maria Pinto

Fiction Writer
Maria Pinto is a Jamaican-American writer whose work has appeared or will appear in FriGG, Word Riot, Pinball, The Butter, and Cleaver, among others. She received the Dafna Zamarripa prize for fiction and was an Ivan Gold Fellow at The Writers' Room of Boston. She reads fiction for... Read More →


Friday May 5, 2017 10:30am - 11:45am
White Hill Room

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Waitlist (5)