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To start a new literary journal, you need a few things. Let’s go through a quick list of what the panelists had to say.
The panelists from “Publishing Your Work: When, How, Why” agreed to answer you follow-up questions. Here are their answers. Q. How would one get started with publishing poetry? Jessica Swift Eldridge: Look into Poets and Writers and Publisher’s Marketplace. Ask … Continue reading
At least one more. Since BWW members indicated in the BWW 2014 Survey that we’d like to create one, it’s probably wise to think about the benefits of and reasons for doing so. Here are the top four reasons (there … Continue reading
Here are the editors of The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2014. Martin Bock will select the essays. Martin’s been a member of the workshop since 2011 and has attended more workshops than any other member (88—former record holder … Continue reading
You may be wondering: “Chocolate fondue? What does that have to do with a survey about a writing workshop?” You’ll find a perfectly reasonable explanation here in the survey results. Two things really surprised me: (1) You want to launch … Continue reading
The whole point of publishing The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2013 is to launch BWW stories, essays, and poems into the world. To that end, I’ve made it even more accessible by lowering the price of the Amazon … Continue reading
I sat down with Elsie Lynn at The Essex Reporter a few weeks ago to talk about the Burlington Writers Workshop. This conversation was longer than the one I had with Molly Smith at WCAX, and we had a chance … Continue reading