In just four years, Sibling Rivalry Press has become one of the most talked about small presses in the country and has earned recognition from the Lambda Literary Awards, The Publishing Triangle, the Pushcart Prize, the American Library Association, Library Journal, and Poets & Writers Magazine. Sibling Rivalry Press offers the following workshops for libraries, writing groups, literary festivals, and academic settings. To discuss dates of availability, length of program, and fee arrangements, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Poetry Boot Camp: Publishing
In this workshop, Sibling Rivalry Press founder and publisher Bryan Borland and editor Seth Pennington share tips for being published, ways to get noticed by publishers and journals, how to fine tune manuscripts and individual poems for publication, and how to avoid red flags and pitfalls when submitting work. Writers are encouraged to bring a poem for critique. All participants will have the option to receive individual feedback from Sibling Rivalry Press authors. Open to writers of all levels.
Running a Small Press
In this workshop, Sibling Rivalry Press founder and publisher Bryan Borland and editor Seth Pennington discuss successfully beginning and growing the press and the lessons they’ve learned along the way, including book design and production, publisher/author interaction, marketing, distribution, contracts, finances, and planning for the future.
SRP Author Booking
ALL SRP authors are available for appearances and workshops. If you are interested in a particular SRP author or a combination of authors for an event, please email email@example.com.