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Band of Submitting Writers & Artists

October 13 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

$100
Online, N/A, Portland, OR 97207

Band of Submitting Writers & Artists

with Katie Collins Guinn

WHAT: A two week online creative lab on sending work to literary publications

WHEN: Wednesdays, October 13th, & October 20th @4:30-6:30pm PT

ACCESS: $100 :: Payment plans always available—contact Daniel at registration@corporealwriting.com

Where: The Corporeal Writing Zoom Room :: A Zoom link will be provided.

SCHOLARSHIPS: Scholarships are available please click here to apply.

So, you’ve written something and/or created some visual art and want to get it out into the world of literary publications, now what?

The process of sending out work can be overwhelming, whether you’re just beginning to think about it, or returning to the process, and doing it alone can seem even more daunting. Where do we begin? Who do we submit to? What if you have questions along the way?

In this 2-week collaboration we’ll go over ways to begin, how to keep going when rejections seem to pour in, and when our own internal obstacles cloud us over, ways to stay organized, valuable platforms to engage with, and most importantly we’ll do it together in real-time.

Being in a supportive group of fellow mammals going through a similar process can be vital in cultivating confidence, motivation and absorbing information. We all have so much to offer one another in experiences like this.

Week 1: We’ll go over all the logistical stuff, and have a discussion. Katie will answer questions. We will get started on organization and research.

Week 2: We will spend this time submitting together after doing the research, starting to get organized, and working on loose ends. There will be ample time to ask questions as you go, and learn from one another. We will also take a break on the hour each time we meet.

What you’ll need:

A notebook for notes, an idea of what you’d like to submit next, a device for submitting, and motivation!

Katie Collins-Guinn is an artist, writer, designer, couturier, and creative animal.

Her adult coloring book The Stoner Babes was published with Microcosm Publishing in 2018.

She’s spent time as a contributing freelance writer for the Portland Mercury.

She’s had work published in Call Me [Brackets], Nailed Magazine, The Rumpus, Entropy, Stone Pacific Zine and The Manifest-station.

She co-parents blood and non- blood daughters, as well as 21 roses and counting.

Katie has been part of the Corporeal Writing realm that helps save lives, including her own, since the very first creative lab in 2015. She’s been

Creatinator, Swag Hag, and Creative Lab leader with Corporeal Writing since 2019.