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Getting Published Is As Easy As 1,2,3 with Jenny Milchmann


December 18, 2012

 Getting Published Is As Easy As 1,2,3 with Jenny Milchmann

Students will receive an overview of today’s three main paths to publication: major house, small press, and self-published. The pros and cons of each will be explored. Writers will learn what it means for their work to be submission- or publication-ready, and how to reach this status through critique groups, developmental editing, and revision. Finally, we will touch on how marketing and promotion differ depending on which path a writer takes. While getting published really isn't easy, of course, this course will describe some of the obstacles to publication—and how they can be surmounted.
Jenny Milchman is a suspense writer from New Jersey. Her debut novel, COVER OF SNOW, is forthcoming from Ballantine in January 2013. Her short story 'The Closet' will be published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and the short work 'Black Sun on Tupper Lake' appears in the anthology ADIRONDACK MYSTERIES II.
Jenny is the Chair of International Thriller Writers' Debut Authors Program. She is also the founder of Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day, which was celebrated in all 50 states and four foreign countries in 2011. Jenny hosts the Made It Moments forum on her blog, which has featured more than 200 international bestsellers, Edgar winners, and independent authors. She co-hosts the literary series Writing Matters, which attracts guests coast-to-coast, and teaches writing and publishing for New York Writers Workshop and Arts By The People. 
New York Writers Workshop is an alliance of experienced, professional writers of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, plays and screenplays who live and teach in New York City. It is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve a growing community of aspiring writers with workshops that teach craft, foster creativity, and enable writers, no matter their background or experience, to achieve their full writing potential.  
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All programs are FREE and subject to change or cancellation.

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  • Audience: Adults, 50+