The AWP Conference is coming up in Seattle next week (February 26-March 1), and I’m in a bit of a frenzy getting ready for it.
Thoughts on cities, conferences and the wisdom of Sy Syfransky, editor of The Sun. I heard him read at AWP 2012 and his words have remained with me.
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Millenium Park at Night 2012 Copyright Cynthia Hartwig
Cynthia at Two Pens here. Exhausted but energized by three days of AWP.
I introduced myself to Kamy, co-founder of She Writes, at her…Continue
Hello Kamy and all:
Sorry I'll have left town by the time of your get-together, but drop by my panel on Thursday morning.
135. Purloining the Letter: Using the Correspondence of Others in Our Prose and Fiction
(Diane Simmons, Rachel Hall, Louise Steinman, Tyrone Williams, Douglas Dechow)
Lake Ontario, Hilton Chicago, 8th Floor
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Cate Marvin, co-founder of the critically important organization for women writers, VIDA: Women in Literary Arts, had the fantastic idea to put together a panel for the upcoming …Continue
In June, Wendy Call’s narrative nonfiction book No Word for Welcome was published by University of Nebraska Press and in April, Midge Raymond’s award-winning short story collection…Continue
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This week I attended the Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) Conference for the first time and was blown away by the insights and camaraderie showered upon me. The book fair alone was rewarding enough: hundreds of literary magazines, presses, MFA programs, and literary organisations filled four large rooms. Finding time to wander the booths was a challenge given the many readings and workshops going on all day and into the…Continue
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