Panelists: KATHARINE WEBER, SERGEI LOBANOV-ROSTOVSKY, JANET MCADAMS, DAVID LYNN
When editors comb through the so-called slush pile of submissions to their magazine, what are they looking for? What makes a poem or story or essay stand out? What makes it publishable? In this roundtable panel, four editors of the Kenyon Review will discuss strategies for submitting your work to literary magazines, including how to find a magazine that’s a good fit for your work, how to organize and present a manuscript, and how to learn from rejection.