From Writer to Author: A Roadmap to Publication

WRITING 752.1E
Transition from aspiring writer to published author with the advice of a professional editor in this practical and inspiring one-day course.
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What you can learn.

  • Identify answers for the five questions every editor will ask you
  • Develop skills as a literary citizen to support your book and your career
  • Chart your own path to getting your book published

About this course:

This seminar, led by a longtime independent book editor, helps you transition from being a prose writer or poet who is publishing individual works to becoming the author of a book. You explore the vast changes occurring in the publishing business and how, as a proactive writer, you can make them work for you; how to answer the five questions every publishing professional will ask about your book; how the practice of literary citizenship can benefit your book project, your career, and the overall culture; and how you can chart your own path to getting your words between covers and into the hands of readers.

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