Friday Finds for Writers
Chloe Benjamin’s Fiction Writers Review interview with Judith Claire Mitchell is wonderful for so many reasons, not the least of which are Mitchell’s remarks on pursuing an MFA “later in life.”
Last weekend’s New York Times Magazine included a terrific profile of poet Terrance Hayes.
Speaking of poetry, C.A. LaRue is doing us all a massively generous service by tracking the prompts being shared all over the Internet for National Poetry Month.
Also noted: The home in Gloucester, Massachusetts, where T.S. Eliot spent his childhood summers seems bound to become a writers’ retreat. (It will have a couple of other purposes, too.) See Amanda Katz’s article in The Boston Globe.
Finally, on my weekend agenda: listening to a Virtual Memories podcast featuring Clive James.
Writing-related resources, news, and reflections to enjoy over the weekend.
Have a wonderful weekend, everyone, and enjoy your holidays.