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How to Pitch and Edit an Anthology, an Electric Literature virtual salon presented by Mount Saint Mary’s University

July 20 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

$10
Online, N/A, Portland, OR 97207

tHave you ever dreamed of editing your own anthology? Even if you haven’t, should you? Join our panel of veteran anthology editors to learn how to develop an idea for an anthology, pitch it to publishers, solicit and edit work from writers, and pull together a finished book that unites a range of talented voices, all digging deep into a topic you are passionate about. We’ll also address how writers can get their work included in such anthologies. Whether you already have an idea for an anthology or you’re wondering if this publishing pathway might be right for you, bring your curiosity and your questions to this event. Audience Q&A to follow.

Sari Botton, editor of Goodbye To All That: Writers on Loving and Leaving New York (Seal Press, 2nd edition 2021)

Jennifer Baker, editor of Everyday People: The Color of Life—A Short Story Anthology (Atria Books, 2018) and a senior editor at Amistad Books.

Tajja Isen, co-editor of The World As We Knew It: Dispatches from a Changing Climate (Catapult 2022) and an editor of Catapult Magazine

Moderated by Halimah Marcus, editor of Horse Girls: Recovering, Aspiring, and Devoted Riders Reclaim the Iconic Bond (Harper Perennial, August 2021) and executive director of Electric Literature

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