On Submitting and Setting Up a Book Tour
The ins and outs of book tours and the art of submitting work to publications in this episode of Talking Book Publishing. Join host Adanna as she engages in an enlightening solo conversation with the multi-award-winning poet, playwright, and memoirist Anne Marie Wells.
Drawing from her extensive experience, Anne Marie sheds light on the intricate world of submitting work, having successfully placed over 50 pieces, including two manuscripts. Delving deep into her writing journey, she addresses the challenges of rejection. Plus how setbacks have propelled her growth as a writer.
In this episode, Anne Marie Wells and Dr. Michael Anthony Ingram discuss what poetry is, the role of the poet in communities, how poetry impacts individuals and the world, the inspirations for my book, Survived By, and much more.
In this episode Anne Marie and Lori discuss:
Choosing poems for a collection and deciding on their chronology.
Using poetry as a way to deal with grief and its power to heal.
The significance and symbolism behind white space.
Conversation and reading with Brenda Vaca,
hosted by Jesse Tovar of My Place Café
Hosted by Amanda Eke
Hosted by Matthew Mejia