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Getting Published (includes access to Writing Speculative Short Stories)
Meet Your Teacher: Hannah Kent (0:41)
Meet Your Teacher: Rebecca Starford (0:35)
You've Finished Your Draft, Now What?
Suggested Exercise: Write A Short Story
Your Teachers: Our Struggles With Rewriting
Suggested Exercise: Why Is Rewriting So Difficult?
Struggles with Rewriting
Suggested Exercise: Personal Assessment
Your Teachers: Our Common Errors When Writing
What Is Key To Effective Rewriting?
Your Teachers: How They Approach Redrafting
Techniques For Effective Rewriting And Redrafting
Your Teachers: What They Look For
Suggested Exercise: Description
Components of Fiction and Narrative Non-Fiction
The Magic Seven
Suggested Exercise: Redrafting Your Earlier Story
Other Tools in Micro Editing Kit
Your Teachers: When Is Your Work Ready To Submit?
Getting Your Work Into The Right Hands
Agent Vs No Agent
When To Approach An Agent
Your Teachers: How They Approached Their Agent
The Perfect Cover Letter
Suggested Exercise: Write A Cover Letter
The Perfect Synopsis
Suggested Exercise: Write a Synopsis
Your Teachers: Some Common Problems With Synopses and Pitches
Writing the Perfect Pitch
Suggested Exercise: Write A Pitch
Unsolicited Submissions: What Is The Process?
Your Teachers: Advice On Networking
Other Avenues: Getting Your Work Into The Right Hands
Your Teachers: Final Thoughts (0:33)
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