ENGL 178A - Literary PublishingSemester Hours: 3
This course interrogates the art and business of publishing in multiple genres (fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction) and media (commercial and independent-press books, literary magazines, and digital platforms). Case studies illuminate the meaning and import of publication and what happens to texts once they are published. Students follow a manuscript from inception to publication with attention to the roles of professionals (writers, agents, acquiring editors, international scouts, book reviewers, designers, publicists) who participate in that process.
WSC 001 and ENGL 172.
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