Get Published Now Workshop

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Discussion, Lecture, Workshop

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Adult, Senior
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Would you like to see your work published in a variety of media? This six-part writing workshop will show you how to get what you write published. Instructor George Galdorisi is a New York Times best-selling writer who has published multiple works in all media. This course is designed for beginning, emerging and even accomplished writers who seek to have their work - novels, non-fiction books, articles, essays, you name it - published.  We'll explore all options, from major publishing houses to popular magazines and newspapers, not to mention the ubiquitous on-line and electronic opportunities. The course is results-oriented, the aim being to get your work out into the world and, once it's out there, to get it noticed and appreciated by a wide audience! Attendees are encouraged to attend all classes. Registration is encouraged but is not required. 


  • Why Write?
  • First - and Essential - Steps
  • Non-fiction - The Hungry Market
  • “The Great American Novel”
  • Establishing an Online Presence
  • Social Media - Challenges and Opportunities

George Galdorisi is a New York Times best-selling writer (four best-sellers, with one peaking at number four) who has published multiple works in all media and who offers something for everyone to take their writing to the next level with the explicit goal of getting it published. He is a career naval aviator and long-term Coronado resident who began his writing career with an article in a professional journal in 1978. He has written a total of 18 books, including novels and works of non-fiction, all published by mainstream publishers, contributions to multiple other works of non-fiction, and well over 400 articles in national media including newspapers, professional journals, popular magazines, and conference proceedings.

George’s work has been recognized with numerous writing awards, including the Navy League of the United States Alfred Thayer Mahan Award for Literary Achievement, the Military Writer’s Society Award for fiction and non-fiction, the Surface Navy Association Author of the Year, Hook Magazine Contributor of the Year, as well as a diverse array of literary awards from organizations such as the U.S. Naval Institute, Naval Helicopter Association, Navy League of Australia, Naval Helicopter Historical Society, and the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific.