F131. You Sent Us What?

Room 518, LA Convention Center, Meeting Room Level
Friday, April 1, 2016
9:00 am to 10:15 am


This diverse panel discusses what readers and submission editors look for when they review submissions for potential publication, followed by an open question-and-answer period.



Lisa Kastner is a former correspondent and editor. Her short stories have appeared in magazines and journals. Founder of Running Wild Writers, she is the former president of Pennwriters, Inc.

Ann Sheybani

William B. Patrick has published Saving Troy: A Year with Firefighters and Paramedics in a Battered City, We Didn't Come Here for This (a memoir in poetry), and Roxa: Voices of the Culver Family, which won the 1990 Great Lakes Colleges award for fiction. His most recent book is The Call of Nursing.

Jennifer Maritza is a writer, PhD candidate at the University of Missouri, and editor. She has worked with Fjords Review, The Florida Book Review, Origins Literary Journal, and Gulf Stream Magazine. Her work has been published most recently in Literary Orphans, Deep South Magazine, and The Boiler.

John Gosslee


February 7–10, 2024
Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City Convention Center