Do you want to get published?
Most everyone would reply “yes.” But many people give up too soon if they don’t succeed in the first or second attempt.Â There are no guarantees for getting into print, but thereÂ are tried and true methods that will increase your chances ofÂ publishing articles and books.
Let’s talk about the kinds of writing you would like to doÂ and where you canÂ publish it.
The Writing Institute is a workshop for professors, studentsâ€”and everyone at CCMâ€”who longs to publish mass-market writing and academic articles and books.
We will meet on Tuesday, March 10, college hour (12:30-1:30 pm) in room CH-260. (The second, third and fourth meetings will occur on Tuesday, March 31, Tuesday April 21, and Tuesday May 5, all during college hour (12:30 â€“ 1:30) in CH 260.)
During this first of four meetings during the spring semester, we will cover several topics, including but not limited to: the kinds of articles you should write (and how), how to connect those articles with the appropriate markets, how to write a â€śquery letterâ€ť in order to contact magazine and book publishers, and what compensation you should expect.Â In addition, weâ€™ll discuss how to improve your writing by looking at the beginnings of dozens ofÂ famous works of fiction and non-fiction.
Philosophy professor Kenneth Shouler, Ph.D., will lead the discussion. Shouler has published books in philosophy, politics, business, sports, and religion and has authored hundreds of articles for mass-market and academic publications. A sample of his work can be found at www.kenshouler.com
* Pizza will be provided, but a head-count is needed so pleaseÂ RSVP toÂ email@example.comÂ and take a moment to let me know aboutÂ your specific writing interests.