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October 2005


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Top Ten Questions Writers Ask

How do I publish my book? How do I avoid scams? Do I need an agent? The answers to these questions and more in the newly expanded version of the Top Ten Questions Writers Ask.




Questions....and answers

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Grants & Awards for Writers

Between mid-October and mid-November, there are 36 grants and awards deadlines, including a fiction prize from the Indiana Review (judged by Rick Moody) and the APR/Honickman First Book Prize from the American Poetry Review (judged by Robert Pinsky).

From the Grants & Awards section of Poets & Writers Magazine, where all listings are vetted for accuracy and legitimacy.




Grants for Writers

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Echoes of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl"

On October 7, 1955, six poets, including Allen Ginsberg, gave a public reading in San Francisco that some consider the first of the Beat Generation.

Learn more about this event and special readings planned to commemorate it.

In News and Trends, a feature of Poets & Writers Magazine.




Birth of the Beats

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One Editor's Take on Clean Competition

Martin Lammon, the editor of Arts & Letters Journal of Contemporary Culture, puts forth his views on how to fairly administer and participate in literary contests.

From News & Trends, a feature of Poets & Writers Magazine.



Keeping Contests Clean
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Prize for Creative Nonfiction (Advertisement)

Announcing The Women Writers Conference Prize for Creative Nonfiction ( http://www.uky.edu/WWK/ ) , to feature a writer who demonstrates excellence in the essay form. The final judge is Sarah Vowell, author of Assassination Vacation and The Partly Cloudy Patriot, and a longtime contributor to This American Life. The winner receives $500 and a trip to the 27th annual Women Writers Conference, where he or she will read with Ms. Vowell at the conference's premier event.









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