Think Like an Editor, Publish Your Poetry
Thousands of journals and markets are flooded with unsolicited submissions. How do you make your submission stand out in the crowd? In this class, you'll learn to develop publication strategies with a former editor and award-winning poet, published in 70 markets, including Indiana Review, VERSE, and [PANK]. Leave with tips, links, and a handout on how to nail the right markets. If you submit five publication-ready poems before class, you will receive one targeted magazine, journal, or contest market tailored to your work.
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Born in the North and raised in the South by native Dutch and Indian parents, Natasha Kochicheril Moni writes and resides in the Columbia River Gorge. Her poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews have been published in over 70 magazines, anthologies, and journals including DIAGRAM, Indiana Review, Verse, The Rumpus, and Entropy. Natasha's poetry collections include The Cardiologist's Daughter (Two Sylvias Press, 2014), Lay Down Your Fleece (Shirt Pocket Press, 2017), Nearly (dancing girl press, 2018), and A Nation (Imagined) (winner of the 2018 Floating Bridge Press Chapbook Competition, 2018). As a former editor for Crab Creek Review, panelist for Artist Trust and Hedgebrook, and intern at Small Press Distribution Books, Natasha enjoys mentoring writers on their submission and publication journeys.