Ever wonder how authors might connect with book clubs? Tara Lynn Masih offers some advice.
“There are no interns or other readers here: every single poem sent to Poetry is read by an editor whose name is on the masthead. And we get about 150,000 poems a year!”—Don Share, quoted in a recent “Editors Talk” post on the Frontier Poetry site.
In “Back to School at 64,” Anne Rudig describes her experience in the Columbia University nonfiction program.
For me, the word “chapbook” most frequently evokes associations with poetry. But there was a session devoted to nonfiction chapbooks at the recent conference of the Association of Writers & Writing Programs (#AWP18). And Lisa Romeo has summarized it for the Assay website.
And remember: If it’s Friday, you’ll find a fresh set of #JewLit links over on My Machberet. (Including, this week, more from #AWP18.)
Writing-related resources, news, and reflections to peruse over the weekend.
Have a wonderful weekend.