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Midweek Notes from a Practicing Writer

I’m back! And I have three quick things to share with you.

  • While I was away, a new byline appeared. Check out my summer-reading preview for Jewish Journal.
  • ICYMI: a Twitter thread featuring a few of my own—but mostly, other people’s—responses and reflections in the aftermath of the passing of Philip Roth.
  • And coming soon: the June issue of The Practicing Writer. (Last chance to peruse the current [May] issue for still-open opportunities!)
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    Philip Roth (1933-2018)

    Please click on the image for a thread of reactions (my own and others’).

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    Friday Finds for Writers

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    Friday Finds for Writers

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    Friday Finds for Writers


    Writing-related resources, news, and reflections to peruse over the weekend.

  • 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.)
  • Have a wonderful weekend.

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