Brown Bag Lunch Chat: Submitting Short-form Work to Literary Journals
Join us Thursday, September 19th at noon for a brown bag lunch discussion with Pagination Bookshop owner Jennifer Murvin. Learn about the process of submitting your short stories, short essays, comics, fine art, and other writings for publication in literary journals!
About Jennifer Murvin:
Jennifer Murvin is a writer and teacher. Her essays and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in The Southampton Review, The Pinch, december magazine, DIAGRAM, The Florida Review, Catamaran Literary Reader, Indiana Review, CutBank, Post Road, American Short Fiction (2015 - Winner of the American Short(er) Ficton Contest, judged by Stuart Dybek), Phoebe (Honorable Mention, judged by Ramona Ausubel, 2015 Fiction Contest), Out of Sequence: The Sonnets Remixed, Revolver, The Sun, Mid-American Review, Midwestern Gothic, Bellingham Review, Cincinnati Review, Baltimore Review (Third Place, Winter 2012 Short Fiction Contest), Huizache, and other literary journals.
Jen is a faculty member in English/Creative Writing at Missouri State University (2009-present), where she teaches Fiction Writing (short story), the Graphic Novel (craft and literature), Memoir Writing, Form and Theory of Prose, Literary Publication, and Contemporary American Fiction. She is also a faculty member for the River Pretty Writers Retreat held twice annually in Tecumseh, Missouri. Jen holds an MA in English from Missouri State University and an MFA in Creative Writing from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon.