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Replay: Demystifying the Publication Process with Hala Alyan

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Missed our summer session on the literary publishing process? Purchase a Replay and get unlimited streams of this class, plus a handy tip-sheet to guide you through your next assignment.

In this tutorial, acclaimed author and poet Hala Alyan demystifies submission management software like Submittable and shows how a simple spreadsheet can prevent you from letting opportunities slip through your fingers. She’ll go over sample cover letters for novels, tips for finding an agent, and and more. All in all, she’ll help you create an effective system for submitting your work to literary journals and publishing houses the world over.


This is not a live seminar. Purchase includes: password to access recorded webinar and a tip-sheet from the author to guide you through future projects.

Date: Jul. 22/20
Hala Alyan
Length: 1hr 06 min.
Closed Captioning: Yes (A.I. generated, subject to error)
Attachment: Literary publishing tip-sheet with access information for recorded tutorial

About the instructor: Hala Alyan is a Palestinian American writer and clinical psychologist whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Guernica and elsewhere. Her poetry collections have won the Arab American Book Award and the Crab Orchard Series. Her debut novel, Salt Houses, was published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2017, and won the Dayton Literary Peace Prize. Town & Country called it “spring’s most powerful novel.” Her newest poetry collection, The Twenty-Ninth Year, was recently published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.