Posts Tagged ‘writing’

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It’s available to read or download for free on their site, and you can also buy a print copy, which I’d highly recommend, in their web shop. It’s a beautiful book, and I’m very proud my story “Manchester” (a novel excerpt) is part of it.


I’ve never read Joy Williams, but now I’m going to seek her out. All because of this article by Lincoln Michel. She does a great job of spelling out what a short story should do, while giving her view of humanity and mentioning the current corporate nature of writing workshops. (Agree or disagree?)


I’ve got fiction in this issue (a chapter called “Manchester” from a new novel). Order it here.


This is happening 7pm at BookCourt, Monday June 27. Appearing: Jennifer Baker (Moderator) Todd Hunter Ebony LaDelle Diana Pho Connor Goldsmith Stephanie Jimenez On the Docket:  Audience Q&A Panel Discussion Join Sackett Street Writers Workshop and the Minorities in Publishing podcast for a discussion and Q&A with publishing professionals. About the Event: What exactly is […]


Support Brooklyn independent presses a week from Saturday, then head over to the Queens Lit Fest in Long Island City. Brooklyn Small Press Flea Saturday, August 1, 2015 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Central Library, Plaza This pop-up book fair features Brooklyn’s finest indie presses, including A Public Space, Archipelago Books, BELLADONNA*, Electric Literature, Futurepoem, […]


The PEN Poetry Series Is Now Open for Submissions! For the first time since its beginning in 2011, the PEN Poetry Series will be open for unsolicited poetry submissions during the month of May. Following an overwhelming amount of support, queries, and enthusiasm, we’ll be reading poetry from all over the literary world for the upcoming month. Please submit […]