This live Workshop event is available for members with full, extended, or time traveler admission levels.
Does fear of rejections feel like an obstacle in your quest to becoming traditionally published? Do you find yourself procrastinating submissions or suffering painfully when a rejection comes in? In this workshop, we will redefine the premise through which we think about rejection and come away with a new perspective on how to see rejection as a gift in the process of finding the right home for our work.
Megan E. Freeman attended an elementary school where poets visited her classroom every week to teach poetry and she has been a writer ever since. She writes middle grade and young adult fiction, and her debut middle grade novel-in-verse Alone is available starting January 2021 from Simon & Schuster/Aladdin. Megan is also a Pushcart Prize-nominated poet and her poetry chapbook, Lessons on Sleeping Alone, was published by Liquid Light Press. An award-winning teacher with decades of classroom experience, Megan is nationally recognized for her work leading workshops and speaking to audiences across the country. Megan used to live in northeast Los Angeles, central Ohio, northern Norway, and on Caribbean cruise ships. Now she lives in northern Colorado. Learn more at MeganEFreeman.com.
Events can only be accessed on the date and time they become available. Workshop Events may include breakout sessions, so be sure to have a notebook at the ready.
This event will remain accessible until March 1st for members with General and Full Admission, and March 22nd for members with Extended and Time Traveler Admission.
Admission Required – Live
Megan E. Freeman