Part 1: Fiction: You've written a short story or novel, but what do you do with it now? How do you find traditional markets for your short fiction? Do you need an agent for your novel? Broken into two sections, this webinar will discuss the traditional publishing process for fiction. The first section will address publishing short fiction, including formatting, writer's guidelines, markets, and submission procedures. The second half of the webinar will discuss the process of publishing your novel with a traditional publisher, including finding reputable agents, writing query letters, and preparing a synopsis.
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Jeanne Lyet Gassman's debut novel Blood of a Stone (Tuscany Press) received a Bronze 2015 Independent Publisher Book Award in the national category of religious fiction. Her short work has been nominated for Best Small Fictions and the Pushcart Prize. Additional awards include fellowships from Ragdale and the Arizona Commission on the Arts. Jeanne's writing has appeared in The Manifest Station, Queen Mob's Tea House, Hippocampus Magazine, Literary Mama, Barrelhouse, and Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal, among many others. Her short story, "Sweet Dirty Love," was recently published in the anthology, Debris & Detritus: The Lesser Greek Gods Running Amok. Visit Jeanne at her website: