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Submit-a-Thon for New Hampshire Teens

 

SUBMIT-A-THON

We’re thrilled to say that Jodi Picoult, #1 Bestselling author of 25 novels, will be one of our Cameo Authors! Jodi Picoult’s book Small Great Things has sold more than 1.5 million copies, and her books have been translated into 34 languages.

Join other students from across New Hampshire at this fun event! Find the encouragement you need to take your next steps toward becoming a published writer! Join your hosts, Taylore Aussiker, English teacher at White Mountains Regional High School, and Alexandria Peary, New Hampshire State Poet Laureate and English professor at Salem State University, along with your fellow New Hampshire teens as we usher your creative writing (poems, short stories, essays, etc.) into the publishing world:

∙ Find literary journals for your work, places that publish teen authors
∙ Exchange tips on cover letters
∙ Gain advice on dealing with literary rejection
∙ Cheer on your fellow writers as they send out work
∙ Enjoy cameo appearances by published authors who’ll drop by to give encouragement
∙ Participate in publishing games for prizes!

Who: Open to New Hampshire residents ages 13-18
When: Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 6-7:15 pm
Where: On Zoom
Cost: Free to NH students

How to Join:

1. Send a RSVP by the morning of December 1 to Alex at apeary@salemstate.edu

In the subject line, put RSVP FOR SUBMIT-A-THON. In the body of the email, include your full name, middle/high school, and name of your English or Language Arts teacher.

2. Look for a Zoom invite in your email by the end of the day on December 1, 2020.

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