The Wednesday Web Browser: Kenyon Review Writers Workshop, New Munro in the New Yorker, and My Latest CUNY Profile
If you’ve ever wondered what the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop in Gambier, Ohio, might be like, you’ll want to read these posts by 2008 attendee Kirsten Ogden.
Not that I’ve had a chance to read it yet, but there’s a new Alice Munro story in the current New Yorker. Any new story by Alice Munro merits mention here!
Finally, as you may remember, I do get to do some fun feature writing in my job-that-pays-the-bills. Here’s the latest published piece, a profile of James Oakes, a Distinguished Professor at the Graduate Center of The City University of New York and winner of the prestigious Lincoln Prize for his latest book, The Radical and The Republican: Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, and the Triumph of Antislavery Politics (Norton, 2007).