Write Right - Community Learning - Lake Land College, Mattoon, Illinois
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Business and Marketing Writing
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Getting Published: Beginner's
If your goal is to become a published freelance writer by selling a magazine article, short story, poem or novel to a traditional publisher, this comprehensive class will guide you to, then past the editor's desk. Discover how to submit manuscripts the correct way, find the right publisher for your work, write irresistible query letters, 100 ways to make money as a freelance writer, obtain free future Q & A opportunities. This step-by-step class, taught by a successful published writer, LeeAnne Krusemark, is a must!
Meet the Publisher-Get Your Ma
Meet the Publisher/Get Your Manuscripts Critiqued Bring your in-progress manuscript for an in-class critiques of one page of your poetry, article, short story, novel, non-fiction book, or children's book by Lee Anne Krusemark, an adjunct online professor of publishing for Harvard and owner of a small publishing house. Optional: for additional fee leave a COPY of your manuscript for a professional critique. ($50 for up to 25 double-spaced pages + $1/page thereafter and a list of publishers and or agents who are interested in your type of work.
Pick Up Your Pen
Do you have an exciting story flitting through your mind? Are you hesitant or totally stuck when putting it on paper? Learn techniques to bring your story to life. Topics include capturing your reader (how to begin your story); keeping your reader turning the pages (how to build and develop the story); and leaving your reader recommending your story to a friend (how to craft a satisfying ending). Bring writing paper or your laptop computer and 3 books you enjoy reading.
Tell Your Life Story - Memoirs
Ever think about journaling your life events for your family to read years from now? This course will offer you the skills for writing your memoirs, teach you shortcuts to successful writing, easy self-publishing and a memorable means for handing out the copies. Just think how much we learned from Anne Frank's Diary. Optional booklet, Memoir Writing available $5. Bring one pack of index cards.