The Business of Creative Writing

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Lisa Bubert.jpg

The Business of Creative Writing

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Practicing your writing craft is how we become writers; knowing how to “sell” that craft is how we go pro. In this quick three-hour course, students will learn: different accountability and productivity methods for their work styles; how to effectively submit to journals, pitch editors, query agents, and how to gracefully follow-up with promising leads; and the ins and outs of marketing, networking etiquette, and how to be a literary citizen.

  • Instructor: Lisa Bubert

  • Length of workshop: One day

  • Date: Saturday, June 22

  • Time: 2 - 5 p.m.

  • Location: Porch HQ: 2811 Dogwood Place

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Lisa Bubert is a writer and librarian based in Nashville, Tennessee. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Washington Square Review, Carolina Quarterly, wildness, South 85, Barnstorm Journal, Spartan and more. Her story “Formation” was named a finalist in the Texas Institute of Letters Kay Cattarrula Award for Best Short Story. She is the leader of the Porch’s Lit Mag League group, as well as facilitator of the Draft Chats.