Polishing and Publishing Short Bites - Summer Week-Long Intensive
Students will spend the week revising and learning how to prepare pieces for publication, as well as how to research markets and handle submissions. Class can be repeated multiple times for additional revising and publishing experience.
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4x per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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For many authors, seeing their work in print can mean they've accomplished a major goal. In this summer intensive learners will learn to both revise a piece for publication and learn how to research and submit to a market. We will work on one piece for the entire week, from reviewing to revising to submitting. Learners can choose to work on flash fiction, short stories, poetry, or essays. The first two days of the week will have a semi-workshop structure. Learners will be expected to have...
Students will learn and practice the skills needed to prepare a piece for market, as well as analyze and learn how to submit to individual markets.
I have been a literary magazine editor-in-chief for seven years, and I have been published in a variety of markets
Before the first session, learners will be asked to turn in a short work (5 pages or 1,250 words max) to the teacher for short feedback at least 48 hours before class. They will be expected to revise that piece between the first and second class, and can send it to the teacher for short feedback if desired. Between the second and third class learners will be asked to think about what kind of magazine their current piece is good for, and write down key words to describe it.
Notebook/paper and pencil/pen. A handout will be given each class for reference, but printing it is optional. Internet access will be needed at times when there is no class.
3 hours 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
While we will be submitting to markets that are appropriate for young teenagers, there are a wide variety of subjects young teens write about, and all magazine content cannot be screened ahead of time.
Val GryphinEducator / Publisher / Author / Editor / Business Owner
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133 completed classes
Greetings! My name is Val. I’m an editor, publisher, educator, and, of course, a voracious writer and reader, particularly in the scifi, fantasy, and mainstream genres. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Johnson State, and a Master of...