Workshop reminder: How to Market & Sell Short Fiction
Just a reminder of my upcoming workshop for anyone in the Greater Toronto Area. This will be of interest to any short fiction writers who follow me here. I'll be giving a 2-hour workshop on how to market and sell short fiction at the Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library on Thursday, January 26,2017 from 7-9pm. The workshop will be an introduction to some of the material covered in my book Playing the Short Game: How to Market and Sell Short Fiction.
During the two hours, I will give you critical advice and answer your questions on how to sell your short stories to professional markets and to build a career as a short fiction writer. Topics I'll be teaching in the workshop include:
- rights and licensing for short fiction;
- a strategy for selecting your target markets;
- finding short fiction markets;
- selecting the right market;
- submitting short fiction to a market; and,
- what not to do when submitting.
$25 includes the workshop and a copy of my book. Registration is required by January 24. You can register online at http://www.wsplibrary.ca or by calling the library:
If you're in the GTA region, I hope to see you there!