EventsPlaying the Short Game - How to Market & Sell Short Fiction

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Playing the Short Game - How to Market & Sell Short Fiction

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM


Playing the Short Game #2 - You Sold a Story! Contracts, Editing, & Reality
Based on the writer’s guide, Playing the Short Game: How to Market & Sell Short
Fiction, this workshop focuses on the next phase in a short story writer's career—
when you start to sell your stories. This workshop takes a writer from when they
learn an editor wants to buy their story to after it's published, and the reviews
start coming. Topics include:
• Understanding how editors and slush piles work
• Why editors choose or reject stories
• What to look (and look out) for in short fiction contracts, and how to ask for
• How to work with an editor during the editing process for your story
• How to handle rejections and reviews
• How much promotion is reasonable when you sell a story
• Cool things that might happen: Awards, “best of” anthologies…and even movies

***Please note: this is the second in a series of 3 sessions, although you do not need to attend all 3.***

Registrants will receive a confirmation email upon registration, 24 hours prior to the program, registrants will receive an email with the event link.

If you do not receive the Zoom link prior the program:

Please note:

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If you still cannot find the email, please contact us prior to the program start time so we can send you the link again @**

Suitable for:
Older Adult
Books & Reading
Jobs & Career
Talks & Lectures
Lifelong Learning

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