Sunday, January 27, 2019

Rachel Teferet - Publishing Process Workshop - February 13th


A Hands-On Workshop That Breaks Down the Publishing Process

So you're a writer and you can't seem to stop churning out short stories or poems or both—and now, your work is piled ceiling high on scraps of paper and napkins just cluttering your desk. Never fear! Publishing does not have to be scary. Join Rachel Teferet, Writer and Editor, for an evening of info, tools, and skills. Let's make a plan and share your beautiful work with the world!

What you'll learn:
  • Duotrope 101: How to use this incredible database to find publishers and stay organized
  • Tools and tricks for creating a workflow, so you can move seamlessly from writing, workshopping, editing, and submitting
  • How to be professional when submitting your work so you're more likely to get accepted
  • Where to find solid support for your writing and publishing journey
  • Hands-on skills you can use to get your work into good literary markets
Some things we'll cover:
  • How to scout out literary markets
  • How to write a cover letter
  • How to make your publishing plan
  • Tools and free resources


Rachel Teferet has published over twenty-five poems and stories. She graduated from Rutgers University with a BA in Fine Arts and a penchant for photoshopping the world with her eyes. She is an artist, graphic and web designer, writer, blogger, and editor. Her work has been published by Subprimal Poetry Art, The Tishman Review (pending), Page & Spine, Black Rabbit Quarterly, Slink Chunk Press, Manawaker Podcast, Sierra College Literary Magazine as the winner of the 2016 Flash Fiction Contest, and more. Her play “The Necromancer’s Daughter” has been performed at Synthetic Unlimited in Nevada City, California. She has over 3,500 followers on her blog, and over 3,000 followers on Twitter as @art4earthlings.

Free and open to the public,
Sierra Writers meetings are held
the 2nd Wednesday of the month

January through June.

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Open Book, 671 Maltman Drive, Grass Valley

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