An Editors Guide to Getting Published: Best Practices for Submitting Your Jewelry Designs

 

Successful jewelry writer, designer, and business owner Sara Richardson is back with another popular web seminar! This time Sara is sharing how to submit your work for publication online and in print, including years of information learned while working on jewelry magazines like our own Step-by-Step Wire Jewelry and others.

If you've ever wanted to see your jewelry designs in jewelry-making magazines, Sara's web seminar, An Editor's Guide to Getting Published: Best Practices for Submitting Your Jewelry Designs, is for you. Sara will share the best practices for finding and using a publication's submission guidelines as well as tips that will help your pieces get noticed in all the submissions editors get. You'll learn how to:

  • email your submission inquiry properly
  • handle rejection positively and to your advantage
  • deal with contracts and other paperwork
  • understand deadlines, issue dates, and other important terms
  • send in your piece for the publication's professional photography
  • name your piece, create instructions and step photos, and more.

Sara's thorough presentation will make things easier on you and the editor–which can only increase your chances of being published! Get all the details and join us for An Editor's Guide to Getting Published: Best Practices for Submitting Your Jewelry Designs on February 18 at 1pm ET!

 

About Sara:

Sara Richardson began her jewelry-making journey nearly 10 years ago when she became an assistant (and later, associate) editor for Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine. Now she has returned to the magazine as a freelance contributing editor while also running her own chain maille jewelry business, Creative World of Sara's Lovestruck Jewelry.

Through the business, she hosts jewelry-making parties for children and adults and trunk shows in the Philadelphia suburbs. She also sells her work at local craft shows and online. Sara's work has been published in over 20 magazines and websites, including Step by Step Wire Jewelry, Easy Wire, and Jewelry Making Daily. She is also a proud stay-at-home wife and mother of a young daughter. Find out more about Sara and contact her through her website, LovestruckJewelry.net.

 

 

 

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