Topic: Becoming Persistent in a Shifting Publishing Landscape
Date: June 4
Time: 4 PM PST / 5 PM MST / 6 PM CST / 7 PM EST
Guest: Jordan Rosenfeld
The writers who succeed in publishing are not simply the most talented; they are the most persistent. Jordan Rosenfeld, author of A Writer’s Guide to Persistence, will discuss the importance of building a “writer’s code”—a foundation of strategies and attitudes that build an unshakable writing practice, make you more persistent and resilient on your journey, and increase your chances of publication. Writers are easily swayed by promises of fame, critical voices, and lightning fast changes in the publishing industry. It’s easy to get discouraged and give in to distractions that pull you away from your work. This seminar will give you practical tools to make you persistent and successful on your path to publication.
You will learn to:
- Identify the foundational root of your writing practice
- Carve out distractions that keep you from writing
- Build strong boundaries to preserve writing time
- Identify appropriate markets and publishing avenues
- Stretch your writing skills to stay relevant
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Jordan is author of two novels and three writing guides, most recently A Writer’s Guide to Persistence, as well as Make a Scene, Write Free (with Rebecca Lawton), and the forthcoming Writing Deep Scenes (with Martha Alderson). Her work has been published widely in places such as: Alternet, Bustle, DAME magazine, the New York Times, The Rumpus, Salon, STIR Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Washington Post, Writer’s Digest magazine, The Writer and more. She and Martha Alderson, “The Plot Whisperer” lead annual writing retreats: www.writerpath.com and www.jordanrosenfeld.net