MARKETING YOUR WRITING
I’ve mentioned the Trinity Writers Workshop before when I talked about the importance of writers’ read/critique groups.
This fall, TWW is sponsoring a writing seminar on how to market your writing.
WORKSHOP FALL 2011 SEMINAR
Chuck Sambuchino is an editor for Writer’s Digest Books (an imprint of F+W Media) and
is the editor of Guide to Literary Agents as well as Children’s Writer’s & Illustrator’s Market. He recently helmed the third edition of Formatting & Submitting Your Manuscript (2009).
Chuck has instructed on writing and publishing at more than 40 writing events in the
past five years, including presentations in Italy and Canada. His humor book, How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack (2010; gnomeattack.com), was featured by Reader’s Digest and AOL
Chuck is also a writer and freelance editor. He is a produced playwright, with both original and commissioned works produced. He is a magazine freelancer, with articles appearing in Watercolor
Artist, Pennsylvania Magazine, Cincinnati Magazine and New Mexico Magazine. During the past
decade, more than 600 of his articles have appeared in print.
He is a husband, cover band guitarist, chocolate chip cookie fiend, and owner of a flabby-yet-lovable dog named Graham. His website—the Guide to Literary Agents blog—is one of the largest blogs on writing & publishing. See it at www.guidetoliteraryagents.com/blog
Coffee, water and snacks provided throughout the day. Lunch is also provided.
3:30 – 6:30 One-on One sessions with Chuck
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