Live on Zoom! How To Get Your Short Story Collection Published: a Conversation and Q&A with Chaya Bhuvaneswar & Nick White - Tickets Required!

This is a virtual event, taking place via Zoom Webinar! Purchase tickets for this livestream event here!

 

Ticket purchase includes one copy of Chaya Bhuvaneswar's story collection White Dancing Elephants and one copy of Nick White's novel How to Survive a Summer! Books will be shipped to you after the event!*

 

Come listen to these acclaimed authors read from their collections. Come dialogue with them about developing, collecting, publishing and publicizing your short story collection; hear about publishing experiences in the Big Five and indie publishing arenas; and learn about resources to help you on your publishing journey, whether you have a manuscript ready to submit - or are just thinking about where to start!

 

Chaya Bhuvaneswar is a physician and writer with work in Narrative Magazine, Tin House, Electric Lit, The Millions, Joyland, Michigan Quarterly Review and elsewhere. Her poetry and prose juxtapose Hindu epics, other myths and histories, and the survival of sexual harassment and racialized sexual violence by diverse women of color. She has received a MacDowell Colony fellowship, Sewanee Writers Conference scholarship and Henfield award for her writing. Follow her on Twitter at @chayab77 including for upcoming readings and events.

 

Originally from Mississippi, Nick White is the author of the novel How to Survive a Summer (Blue Rider/Penguin, 2017) and the story collection Sweet and Low. He is an Assistant Professor of English at The Ohio State University's MFA Program in Creative Writing. His short stories, poems, and essays have appeared in a variety of places, including The Kenyon Review, Guernica, Catapult, The Hopkins Review, Indiana Review,The Literary Review, Lit Hub, and elsewhere. He is currently at work on a new novel.

 

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