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This seminar combines information and practice in reading as a writer, establishing an inspiring reading, writing and revising practice, and submitting to the most appropriate venues. Participants will learn to: identify contemporary literary journal markets with pieces they enjoy reading ,consider how effects were achieved in pieces they admire, source relevant predecessors and influences, draft or revise "companion" pieces on a wide potential continuum, and identify the best markets for submitting their work.
Julie Benesh received an Illinois Arts Council Grant and graduated from Warren Wilson College’s MFA Program for Writers. Her work has been in Bestial Noise: A Tin House Fiction Reader, Tin House Magazine, Crab Orchard Review, Florida Review, and elsewhere.
A subscription to duotrope.com and a (free) Submittable.com membership are highly recommended.
There is no first reading assignment