How to Submit Your Poetry—a Workshop with Keith Mark Gaboury
On April 25th, poet Keith Mark Gaboury will lead us in a workshop that will focus on the step-by-step process of how a poet can submit their poetry to a wide range of literary journals along with presses that accept chapbooks and full-length manuscripts. You’ll gain access to a Google Doc with links to online databases of literary journals, presses and websites that feature active submission calls. At the end of the workshop, a poet will have a thorough understanding of how they can send their poetry out into the literary world.
About the Host of this Workshop
After he grew up in the Bay Area, Castle Rock, Colorado, and Olathe, Kansas, Keith Mark Gaboury studied English literature and creative writing (poetry) at Baker University, San Francisco State University, and Emerson College. His poems have appeared in such literary publications as Poetry Quarterly and New Millennium Writings along with chapbooks Hello Universe Lovers from Duck Lake Books and Oakland I’m Not Dead from The Pedestrian Press. He has a forthcoming chapbook from Finishing Line Press. Keith is a Pushcart-nominated poet and preschool teacher in Oakland, California. Learn more at keithmgaboury.com.
Karma is president and web mistress for the Berkeley California Writers Club. She runs Future Is Fiction Communications, where she helps authors and other creatives spread the word about their projects. She writes poetry, and essays. She loves writing about music and politics.