**FREE and open to UNB students and writers living on Mi’kmaq, Wolastoqiyik and Peskotomuhkatiyik Territories (New Brunswick)**
This workshop will help you to identify your publishing goals and present various approaches to meet those goals, whether it be publishing in literary magazines, finding a book publisher, self-publishing, or working to shift the publishing industry. Going beyond the standard “how to get published” workshop, we’ll be exploring how publishing aligns with your long-term goals as a writer, your role within your community, and your contribution towards diversity and equity.
The workshop will also include a discussion and question and answer period with guest speakers Sanchari Sur, current editor-in-chief of The Puritan and former managing editor at Canthius, and Adrian de Leon, author of the poetry collections Rouge and barangay: an offshore poem and co-editor of FEEL WAYS: A Scarborough Anthology.
Facilitated by Phoebe Wang, Writer-in-Residence at University of New Brunswick, author of Admission Requirements (2017) and Waking Occupations (2022), and poetry editor with The Fiddlehead.
The event will be recorded and made available for those who have registered.
Follow the event link to register!If you have questions, concerns, or accessibility needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.