How To Get Your Poetry Published (and live a life as a poet)
Poets & Writers

Wouldn’t quit the day job–but you love poetry nevertheless. A panel discussion with Alice Quinn, (Poetry Society of America/The New Yorker), Deborah Garrison (poet/Alfred A. Knopf editor), and Joseph Legaspi (poet/Kundiman codirector), moderated by Quang Bao on getting your poems and manuscripts edited and published. A frank conversation about creating a life as a poet, including residencies, mentoring, anthology projects, self-publishing, MFA programs, teaching and public readings. A conversation about the mechanics of getting published–and expert, friendly advice about maintaining a life in the professional world of poetry.

$5 suggested donation

How To Get Your Poetry Published (and live a life as a poet)

Poets & Writers
Thursday, November 8, 2007
7:00 PM
The Workshop
16 West 32nd Street, 10th Floor (btwn Broadway & 5th Avenue)
New York New York
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