Join local non-profit Project Write Now for its upcoming “How to Submit” event on Thursday, November 1st, which is a workshop that’ll detail how you can submit your work or finished piece for publication.
How to Submit: Two Writers Share Their Experience with Submissions, Rejections, and (Sometimes) Publications
Thursday, November 1
7 to 8:30 p.m.
West Side Eatery, 2 Bridge Ave, Red Bank
Do you have a finished piece that you think is ready for publication, but you don’t know where to submit it? Or maybe you’ve heard about the publication process, but you’re not sure where to begin? Or perhaps you’re not sure why you should even try to publish? Then, this workshop is for you! Two Project Write Now students, Eileen Toomey and Liz Jannuzzi, with several published pieces between them, will share their experience with submitting for publication. They will detail:
– why they decided to submit
– where to find contests and calls for submissions
– how to create a Submittable account with a live demonstration
cover letters and bios
– mistakes they’ve made and lesson they’ve learned
– why they (sort of) celebrate rejections
Join us for this informative, interactive workshop as we discuss all things submissions. This workshop is available free of charge, but we are asking for a $25 donation to support Project Write Now’s community outreach programs.
Open to 15 participants.
Register today: http://projectwritenow.org/event/how-to-submit/
There’s no charge to take part in this workshop, but they are asking for a $25 donation to support the group’s efforts and causes with its community outreach programs. It’ll be held from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM over at the West Side Eatery on 2 Bridge Avenue Red Bank, NJ in the Galleria.
If you’re curious about Project Write Now, then check out our videos and photos below from its recent fundraising event.