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 #3 - How to Make Your Short Fiction Work for You
Drawing from the how-to book, Playing the Short Game: How to Market & Sell
Short Fiction, this workshop focuses on the phase in a short story writer's career
when they've established themselves and have built up a backlist of published
short fiction. This workshop explains the many ways a successful short fiction
writer can leverage their own inventory of published stories, as well as other
aspects of an established short fiction writer's life.

Topics include:
• Leveraging your backlist
• Selling reprints
• Selling in foreign languages
• Selling audio rights
• Publishing a collection
• The indie option for short fiction
• Discoverability tools and promotion for established writers
• Career progression in short fiction

***Please note: this is a third session of a series of 3. You do not need to attend all.***

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:

The email will be from “Markham Public Library”

It may be in your junk/spam folder.

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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