From Whale Road Review: an amazing piece, “The Class You Want I Do Not Teach,” by N. West Moss, directed toward the students in her writing classes.
Unable to make it to the big Bindercon event in Los Angeles next week (March 19-20)? Some events will be livestreamed, so mark your calendars now!
Another excellent post from Karen Craigo, imparting the reminder that no matter how tough it can be, “finding an audience is necessary to completing the work.”
And speaking of Karen Craigo–I’ve essentially reconnected with her via our participation in Jessica Piazza’s Poetry Has Value project. Which reminds me that you might want to check in on all of the February submissions reports that have been coming in and posted there lately.
Finally (and cross-posted on my other blog), I’m pretty pleased with this post I wrote for the Fig Tree Books blog celebrating the work of American Jewish women writers (and women reviewers) for Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day.
Writing-related resources, news, and reflections to enjoy over the weekend.
Have a great weekend!