How to Publish Your Short Story
Poets & Writers Magazine

You wrote it, you showed it, you loved it (still). Now learn how to improve your chances of getting a short story published. A panel discussion featuring four top short story editors at major magazines and literary journals on how to crack the submissions pile and get your work out there. Discussion also about the state of the short story. Followed by audience Q&A.

Panelists:
Cressida Leyshon , Deputy Fiction Editor, The New Yorker
Betsy Sussler, Editor-in-chief and Publisher, Bomb
Hannah Tinti, Editor, One Story
Thomas Beller, Editor, Open City

Moderator:
Quang Bao, AAWW Executive Director

7pm at the Workshop, $5 suggested donation. Please RSVP at 212.494.0061.

How to Publish Your Short Story

Poets & Writers Magazine
Thursday, December 8, 2005
7:00 PM
$0.00
Asian American Writers’ Workshop
16 West 32nd Street, 10th Floor
New York NY 10001
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