Writing Your Poetry Book in 6 Easy Steps!
As poetry gains a little traction with writers like Rupi Kaur, the market is starting to demand more poetry books that capture the voices of now. In spite of the number of publishers who are accepting poetry manuscripts though, there is very little information out there for how to write a poetry book.
Are you surprised with how little the world values poetry?
Actually, I am! With the amount of information out there about everything else, I would think there would be something more than just how to organize poetry! If we’re going to get serious in the writing community as poets, we need to offer the support and resources that fiction and technical writers offer their pursuers.
So that’s what I’m doing with my ebook on the 6 Steps to Writing and Publishing a Poetry Chapbook.
Now, I write and self-publish my own poetry chapbooks almost every year. While some people are looking to do this, some people prefer traditional publishers. No matter how you choose to publish, you still have to produce a high-quality, written manuscript for submission.
In my ebook, I lead you through the 6 important steps I had to complete in order to publish my chapbooks, including how to:
- Select and organize your poems
- Supplement your poetry
- Send your manuscript to beta-readers
- Revise and edit your manuscript
- Finalize and format your manuscript
- Publish your book via Amazon’s self-publishing KDP program
You’ll find that the book is quick to read, easy to understand, provides detailed examples, and articles of interest from this very blog!
Whether you’ve been writing manuscripts for awhile, or this is your first one, this ebook is written for you to be successful in providing the world with your voice.
So head on over to Amazon and purchase your copy for only 99 cents today!
Are you ready to start your poetry manuscript? Maybe you finished it and you have some tips for how you made it happen.
If so, let us know in the comments below. And don’t forget to follow me on social media, too, of course.