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March 2021

What Literary Journals Want You to Know

March 19 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pm

3-hour class via Zoom Thinking of submitting your fiction to a literary journal? Curious what goes on in an editor’s head? Eager to know what small changes could potentially bend an editor toward your favor? After participating as a judge and/or editor on several literary journals, committees, and judging panels, Milo Todd has some tips and tricks to help you gain interest from literary journals, contests, and other related submission opportunities. During class, there will be opportunity to ask questions,…

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Writing Outside of Your Lane

March 20 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pm

3-hour class via Zoom Over the past several years, the publishing world (and its readers) have thankfully demanded more diversity within stories. But as welcoming as this change is, it can leave many non-marginalized writers with anxiety. How are you supposed to go about it? What if you mess up? Are you allowed to write about marginalized people at all? This 3-hour course provides mainstream writers with the basics of how to write a marginalized character with which they don't…

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May 2021


May 6 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

4 Thursdays from 6:00pm-9:00pm, starting May 6th, 2021 via Zoom Throughout our history of marginalization and oppression, queer voices have created our own ways of speaking and expressing ourselves. But with us so Othered in queer tongues, how do we tell our stories to the mainstream authentically? In this queer-focused course, we’ll look at several literary tactics for expressing ourselves—such as Fracturing, Modulating, Fabulism, and Spiraling—as well as finding our voices as queer people and tackling such conundrums as slang…

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