MaryAnn Escamilla

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MaryAnn Escamilla

MaryAnn Escamilla is a lifelong resident of the Rio Grande Valley. She presently works at UTRGV as a Lecturer in the Department of Writing and Language Studies. She is a graduate of the Creative Writing Master of Fine Arts Program specializing in Literary Non-Fiction. Her research interests include popular culture including television shows, anime, and fiction. Courses: How to write to get paid

MaryAnn Escamilla is a lifelong resident of the Rio Grande Valley. She presently works at UTRGV as a Lecturer in the Department of Writing and Language Studies. She is a graduate of the Creative Writing Master of Fine Arts Program specializing in Literary Non-Fiction. Her research interests include popular culture including television shows, anime, and fiction.

Courses

How to write to get paid

Registration Closed

Tuesdays – 4:00pm to 6:00pm | Start Date: Oct 9, 2018 | End Date: Nov 13, 2018

The class will address how to find places to pitch your writing idea and the art of creating a pitch for editors in paying publications. Will focus on local, state and national publications. During the course of the class we will focus on writing workshops focused on how to interview, edit and peer review work like an editor.