HerStry Editor Panel
7:30-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 10, 2022
What exactly does it take to get your work published in lit magazines? There is certainly no shortage of them and yet it seems like rejection is always the name of the game. Is that really true or is that just how it feels?
We’ll talk to four editors from various lit magazines to get their take on the publishing industry, what it takes to get your work out there, and other secrets about the lit mag world.
Come with your burning questions.
Editors Canada Conference 2021: Editing Poetry Panel
June 13, 2021
Want to expand your services to include poetry editing? Three poetry editors (Tanya Gold, Sarah Liu, and Carolina VonKampen) and a poet/editor (Cynthia Williams) will talk about their approaches to editing poetry. They’ll discuss the complexities of editing the form, including project intake, developmental editing, consistency and rule breaking, and form and visual design. In this session, you’ll learn how you can apply your existing editing skills to poetry. The Editing Poetry panel will be live at June 13 at 9 a.m. Central Time, and a recording will be available to conference attendees.
Read more about the Editing Poetry panel and panelists.
Take the Plunge! Instagram Live on @BloodMoonJournal
March 19, 2021
Continuing Blood Moon Poetry’s March series of events celebrating International Women’s Day, their co-founder will be chatting to the lovely women who co-founded and run their own lit magazines/journals/indie publishers. Join Blood Moon on Friday, March 19 when they chat to the women from @smallleafpress, @pressanimal, @honeyfirelit, @capsulestoriesmag, @freeverserevolutionlit, and @sundaymorningspress. They’ll be covering co-founder/start up journeys, submission processes, what editors look for, tips and tricks for successful sifts, as well as talking about what it means to be women creating spaces for women’s words.
#ACESChat: How Editors Can Use Instagram to Market Themselves
November 6, 2019
Our three guest editors will discuss why Instagram is a valuable platform for editors to be active on, whether you’re a freelancer or work for a company. They’ll talk about how editors can use Instagram to brand and market themselves and their editorial services, including what to post, how to use Stories, how to use hashtags, and how to interact with other editors and potential clients.