The Desert Nights, Rising Stars
Writers Conference

Getting Published in Literary Journals with Superstition Review, Hayden's Ferry Review

Date(s): Saturday, February 22, 2020, 2:15 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Front Lawn, Old Main, Arizona State University Tempe, 400 E Tyler Mall, Tempe, AZ 85281
Genre and Form(s): Business of Writing, Editing, Publishing, Submitting
Cost: Free

About this Event

What do editors truly want to discover and publish? Learn the do’s and don’t’s of submitting to literary journals with editors from Superstition Review and Hayden’s Ferry Review, two nationally-recognized literary journals based at ASU. Editors Rachel Hagerman, Tess Prendergast, Lucas Selby and Scott Daughtridge DeMer will talk shop and share advice about breaking into the publishing world, with opportunities for questions and individual follow-up at the panel’s close.

About the Author

Photograph of Rachel Hagerman

Rachel Hagerman is the student editor-in-chief of Superstition Review’s Issue 25. She is studying English (Writing, Rhetorics and Literacies) at Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University. She currently works as a freelance writer, teaching assistant, and ASU Senior Writing Mentor. She is the founding editor of the ASU student-run book blog, The Spellbinding Shelf. Passionate about literature, she plans to pursue a career in editing and publishing after graduation.

Photograph of Tess Prendergast

Tess Prendergast will graduate from ASU in May 2020 with a B.A. in English (Creative Writing) and a B.S. in Economics. She has worked as a fiction reader for Hayden's Ferry Review and is the current Poetry Editor for Superstition Review.

Photograph of Lucas Selby

Lucas Selby is a creative writing major at Arizona State University, currently working towards his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees through Barrett, the Honors College. Lucas has worked as a reader for Hayden’s Ferry Review and is currently the fiction editor for Superstition Review. He enjoys literary fiction but has been known to dip into science fiction and performance poetry in his spare time. He loves Kurt Vonnegut, Stephen King, and just about every other author he reads these days.

Logo for Superstition Review

Superstition Review is the online literary magazine produced by creative writing and web design students at Arizona State University.

Logo for Hayden's Ferry Review

Founded in 1986, Hayden's Ferry Review is a semi-annual, international literary journal edited by the MFA students at Arizona State University. Work from Hayden's Ferry Review has been included in the Pushcart Prize Anthology, Best American Poetry, and Best New Poets. HFR has notable pieces in Best American Short Stories, Best American Essays, Best American Mystery Stories, and the Pushcart Prize Anthology.

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