How to submit your writing to literary magazines: By The Bombay Review (Repeat session)
Some reviews of this Masterclass (Session date: 5th September, 2021)
ABOUT THE SESSION:
The Bombay Review has been publishing some great writers and poets since 2014, and conducts an annual masterclass about ‘Literary Magazine submissions’ based on our experience in the industry.
This session will discuss:
- Cover letters (Email body)
- Do’s and Don’ts of submissions
- Resources to keep an eye on
- Tailoring each submission
- Finding markets, magazines, and more
- About submissions fees and payments
- Guidelines, magazine familiarity and editorial vision
- Simultaneous submissions, previously published pieces, reprints
- Presentation and design
- Studying sample magazines
- NOTE: It will not discuss the content of your piece itself
People involved with and published by The Bombay Review have had really interesting writing and academic careers! Here is what they have been up to, and why we believe this Masterclass can be helpful to you:
Won or been shortlisted for: Pulitzer Award, the International Booker Prize, Pen/Open Book Award, Man Asian Literary Prize, Pen/Hemingway Award, Toto Award, National Book Award, Betty Trask Prize, the Desmond Elliott Prize, among others.
Published by: Penguin Random House, HarperCollins, Hachette, Macmillan Publishers, Simon & Schuster, , Sahitya Academy, Rupa Publishing House, Aleph Book Review, Katha, Faber and Faber, W. W. Norton and Company, Zubaan, Sahitya Academy, Picador.
Teach or have studied in: University of Oxford, Harvard University, Cambridge University, Stanford University, Durham University, New York University, University of Toronto, Texas State University, University of Victoria, Kingston University, University of Mumbai, University of Cape Town, Louisiana Tech University, University of Melbourne, Arizona State University, The New School, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, University of Bath, Allen University, Rutgers University, University of East Anglia, University of Delhi, Emory University, The University of Edinburgh, Jawaharlal Nehru University, University of Iowa, Brooklyn College, Queensland University, among many, many more!
REGISTERATION AND OTHER DETAILS
Registrations will close when spots are filled. First priority will be given to participants who were waitlisted for the earlier session.
Date of session: 11th September, 2021
Time: 7 pm IST to 9 pm IST
Duration: 2 hours (The last session had extended due to other factors, and the primary segment of this one will be tightly packed into the duration itself) Please check the meeting link AND your email 30 minutes prior to the session.
Payment Deadline: Midnight of 9th September, 2021 (12 am IST)
This fee is non refundable for no-show, or any other reasons other than cancellation from The Bombay Review itself. Unfortunately, a video will not be shared post session.
There is a group discount if 4 people apply together. Please email us with your name plus the names of the people in your group, along with phone numbers. (email@example.com)
Please note: The meeting will be locked once it begins – and late joinees will not be able to attend or claim a refund. Your payment + sign up should be done from your Zoom ID only, and not any other email ID. The link will be sent to the ID that you put in on Instamojo/Payment portal, and which has a Zoom account. Your cameras will have to be switched on, you can prefer to be on mute.
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The link will be shared with you 6-12 hours before session time only. A query prior to that might not be answered due to unavailibility of resource persons (ref: pandemic). Please do not email us or DM us asking for the link.
*This is a learning space and unwarranted communication during session might result in expulsion from the session; apart from seeing comments being moderated.
Previous Masterclasses of 2021