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Submitters Support: Workshop & Accountability Group

There are writing groups and critique groups… Why not a support group for submitting to literary magazines? In these eight sessions, we’ll meet to compare notes, share our ups and downs, and support each other in submitting our writing all over. We will also spend time learning more about the various parts of the submission process — researching literary journals, organizing a plan of attack, sending the work, and making sense of acceptances and rejections — as we build community and cultivate resilience. Get serious, connected, and perhaps even published with the guidance, structure, and help of this workshop and accountability group.

Instructor: Tina Tocco is a Pushcart Prize nominee. Her work has appeared in publications for children and adults, including Highlights for Children, Highlights High Five, Cricket, Humpty Dumpty, New Ohio Review, River Styx, Potomac Review, and Italian Americana. Tina has contributed to multiple anthologies, such as The Best Small Fictions (2019). She was a Reader-in-Residence for Smoke Long Quarterly Issue 72. Her short story "The Unknown Soldier" is pending publication in Haunted States of America, a middle-grade ghost story anthology (SCBWI-Henry Holt). Tina earned her MFA from Manhattanville College, where she was editor-in-chief of Inkwell, the college’s national literary journal.

Details: Submitters Support: Workshop & Accountability Group takes place Mondays September 26, October 3, October 10, October 17, October 24, October 31, November 7, and November 14 from 6-8pm remotely through Zoom.
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