SANDPOINT — Lost Horse Press and the Sandpoint Literary Collective are hosting a publishing workshop later this month.
The workshop, which will be the third part in the groups’ Winter Creative Writing Series. will be held Feb. 23 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Sandpoint Library Rude Girls Room.
Literary magazine and book editors/publishers will answer participants’ most pressing questions about publishing in this one-day workshop intended for experienced as well as emerging writers and poets. Topics under discussion will be primarily directed by participants’ questions, but will also address various topics of import and interest to writers who intend to publish their writing in regional and national venues. Those expected to be at the workshop include Christopher Howell, founding director of Lynx House Press; Polly Buckingham, editor of Stringtown and Willow Springs magazines; Jonathan Frey, editor of NIC’s Trestle Creek Review, Matt Holloway, fiction editor of the Whitefish Review, and Christine Holbert, founding director of Lost Horse Press.
All are invited to take part in the workshop for an informative and illuminating discussion. This program is free and open to all writers, but registration is required. To register for the workshop, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-255-4410.
The Winter Creative Writing Workshop Series is sponsored in part by a grant from the Idaho Commission on the Arts.