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theNewerYork at AWP

Come support theNewerYork at the 2014 AWP conference.

Joshua S. Raab (editor of theNewerYork) will be on a panel organized by The Conium Review on Feb. 27th, from 3:00 to 4:15 in Western New England MFA Annex, Level 3, Room 301.

Josh is also on another panel “Don’t Just Stand There and Read: Literary Events That Go Beyond the Usual,” Feb. 27th, from 12:00 to 1:15 in the Washington State…

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the emotional infrastructure of the world, part two #AWP15

the emotional infrastructure of the world, part two #AWP15

Blow Up: Untitled 4 (2007) by Ori Gersht at the Walker Art Center AKA what I call the post-AWP portrait

I didn’t get to see much of Minneapolis while at AWP, but I can say that the streets and pubs pulsed with positive energy and friendliness for AWP goers. A late Sunday afternoon departure allowed for a pleasant walk to the Walker Art Center and then brunch at The Bird. It was a wonderful…

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What's making me happy this week (April 10)

What’s making me happy this week (April 10)

This weekly post is a couple of days late. The WordPress app frustrates me. I tried to post this via my phone and tablet, but it just wasn’t happening. Now I’m home, typing on my familiar laptop which I missed!

I spent Thursday through Saturday in Minneapolis at the AWP Conference. This is the largest conference for writers, writing professors and other professionals associated with writing and…

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Have you read award-winner Meg Day’s poems? #NaPoMo #AWP

Have you read award-winner Meg Day’s poems? #NaPoMo #AWP

Recently, I signed up for a workshop course entitled The Day After: Poems of Peace, Provocation, and Witness, taught by Meg Day in Salt Lake City. At the time, I was not yet familiar with Meg or her work. It’s been a remarkable experience, as I told a friend of mine, “just being in the room with her.” Her teaching style is one of leading to truth, rather than presenting doctrine. She asks more…

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A preview of our free AWP micro-chap

Stop by our table (#2025) at the AWP Conference and get a free copy of John Englehardt’s micro-chapbook, This Is Great But You Don’t Need It.  John’s story won our 2014 Flash Fiction Contest; you can currently read the story on our website.

We’ll have 100 copies of this micro-chapbook available, each is individually numbered. Get them while supplies last!

And remember, you can also pick up one of…

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Attending the AWP Conference this year?

I’ll be joining Kate Hopper, Hope Edelman, Bonnie Rough and Marybeth Holleman to “consider what happens when we write about past events in the present tense. When does present tense provide needed immediacy, and when does it limit an author’s ability to write to the true story? We will explore the benefits, challenges, and drawbacks of using present tense as we craft our lives on the page, and we will discuss how tense affects other craft issues, such as voice, reflection, and structure.”

Washington State Convention Center & Sheraton Seattle Hotel
Room 202, Western New England MFA Annex, Level 2
Thursday, February 27, 2014
9:00 am to 10:15 am

I just got the housing scholarship for the AWP conference!

YAY! Okay. That means I only have to pay $25 per night for the hotel room that I’ll share with two other volunteers. So it will only cost a total of $75 to stay, and hopefully Tech will fund that and my flight since I got the scholarship! That means I’ll only have to pay for food during the trip, gas to get to/from Little Rock, and my $50 application fee. THIS MIGHT ACTUALLY WORK!

Let’s hope they do fund it because if they don’t, I’ll go from having to pay about $150 to having to pay about $750. And well, I just wouldn’t be able to do that. 

Artscene Newsletter: Future AWP Conference / River Teeth Nonfiction / The Gettysburg Review

Artscene Newsletter: Future AWP Conference / River Teeth Nonfiction / The Gettysburg Review

March 14, 2015

Hello….the weekend is finally at our doorstep. Three writer’s conferences to share with you future writers. Take the time to read about them and decided if your interested. The information is pretty much there.

FUTURE AWP CONFERENCES

If you didn’t make it to this year’s AWP Conference, take a look at the next three conferences for 2016, 2017, and 2018.

Los Angeles, California

  • Marc…

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Chelsea Werner-Jatzke and James R. Gapinski share their panel picks

Two of our editors share a handful of panels they’re excited for. Naturally, we’ll be spending a lot of time at The Conium Review table (#2025). But there will be three of us at AWP (Chelsea, James, and Uma), so hopefully we’ll all get to attend our panel/presentation wishlists.

Chelsea Werner-Jatzke’s top fiveeight panels (because lists of five or ten are just too neat and tidy for a badass like…

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Will you be attending this year’s AWP Conference?

Why not join us with our now and future friends at Paper Lantern Lit’s “So You Want to Be a Writer?” Cocktail Party!

RSVP Now and meet fellow publishing/pre-publishing peeps! 

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