Are you hoping to get your work traditionally published? J.S. believes getting published is an art, not a science. She has had five books published and has been Poetry Editor and Poetry Reviews Editor for two magazines, so knows all about rejection from both sides of the fence. She will be talking about her experiences, sharing the lessons learned and highlighting helpful strategies for getting published at the Allographic workshop on Sunday 30th October, 2pm - 5pm at CB2 Bistro, 5/7 Norfolk Street, Cambridge.
As far as practicable, the workshop will be customised to the needs of those attending, so whether you want to publish your first short story, a single poem, a collection of poems or a full-length novel via the traditional publishing route, this could well be the workshop for you.
If you know you’ll be attending, just let Allographic know in advance of any particular issues you're hoping will be covered.
No of spaces: 12
Suitable for ages: 16+
Entry is free but you will have an opportunity to pay what you think the workshop was worth afterwards. Find out more about Allographic at: http://www.allographic.co.uk/