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Publishing your short work in literary magazines and anthologies is an excellent way to develop your craft and expand your credentials as a writer. These markets range from no payment to significant compensation. Many of them also nominate their contributors for awards. In this webinar, award-winning writer Jeanne Lyet Gassman will review the genres these markets publish, explore the resources available for finding the right market for your writing, and discuss submission, tracking, and publication strategies.

About the Presenter: 
Jeanne Lyet Gassman lives in the mountains of New Mexico where she writes and teaches. Her debut novel, Blood of a Stone (Tuscany Press), received a Bronze 2015 Independent Publisher Book Award. Her short work has been nominated for Best Small Fictions and the Pushcart Prize. Other awards include fellowships from Ragdale and the Arizona Commission on the Arts. Her short fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry have been published in numerous literary magazines and anthologies, including 45 Poems of Protest: The Pandemic, Bosque7, Dear America: Reflections on Race, Debris & Detritus: The Lesser Greek Gods Running Amok, The Manifest-Station, Queen Mob's Tea House, and Hippocampus Magazine, among many others. Jeanne is currently completing her second novel, a story about a family of downwinders who were affected by the radioactive fallout from the atomic bomb tests in Nevada. You can learn more about Jeanne at her website: www.jeannelyetgassman.com or on Facebook: www.facebook.com/JeanneLyetGassman.