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Publishing Short Stories

Online Sep 18 (1 Wednesday Afternoon)5:00pm - 8:00pm Pacific$95Limited Spots

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Have you fantasized about seeing your story in The New Yorker? Award-winning writer, Rebecca Saltzman (The New Yorker, McSweeney’s) will give you the resources, structure and inspiration to hustle your work effectively into a literary magazine and she’ll take the pain out of the submission process. In this 1-day online publishing workshop, she’ll even share her secret recipe for getting your work published in the top literary magazines.

mcsweeneys-logoThrough Rebecca’s engaging craft talk, you’ll learn how to pinpoint your publishing niche and get your work into your favorite lit mag or Webzine. Also, she’ll share her special tools for managing submissions and suggest possible places to get your work published. Rebecca will also give you feedback on the first page of a short story. Before long, your name will be staring back at you in a top literary magazine!

Rebecca Saltzman

The New Yorker 3x, McSweeney’s 30x

Rebecca Saltzman’s humor writing appears in The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, The Belladonna Comedy, Weekly Humorist, and elsewhere. Her work was selected for the print anthologies Keep Scrolling Till You Feel Something: 21 Years of Humor From McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (McSweeney’s Books, 2019), and Embrace the Merciless Joy: The McSweeney’s Internet Tendency Guide to Rearing Small, Medium and Large Children (McSweeney’s Books, 2023). Rebecca’s fiction and essays can be found in The Missouri Review, The Idaho Review, Liber Review, Women’s Review of Books, and elsewhere. She has an MFA in creative writing from NYU. MORE