Friday Finds for Writers

Treasure ChestWriting-related resources, news, and reflections to enjoy over the weekend.

  • Bonnie Tsui describes what happened when she “accepted a friend’s offer to share an office at a longtime writers’ collective and began writing in the company of others a few days a week.”
  • Speaking of writers in the company of others: Take a listen to this graduating speech delivered by Sophronia Scott at the most recent commencement ceremony of the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA program.
  • How to Create, Publish, and Market an Anthology (and why you’d want to)”–thanks to @JaneFriedman for leading me to this one.
  • Lovely post by Ellen Meeropol on her favorite reads in 2014 (so far).
  • The New Yorker is overhauling its website and making all the articles it has published since 2007 available free for three months before introducing a paywall for online subscribers.”
  • 2 thoughts on “Friday Finds for Writers

    1. Thanks for the recommendation of the Tsui article. I usually make my students write together, even my grad students. Many are grateful, some really resent it. This article gives me some defense for my pedagogy.

      1. Erika Dreifus says:

        I’m glad, John!

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