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Poets & Writers' E-Newsletter

February 28, 2012

In This Issue
200+ Small Presses Looking for Your Work
An Expert's Guide to Residency Applications
My Kind of Town, Chicago
Object Lessons
Ms. Soulflower's Artistic Future
National Iris N. Spencer Undergraduate Awards
Job Listings
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OVER 200 SMALL PRESSES LOOKING FOR YOUR WORK 


Parka New additions to our database of independent presses include New Zealand's Cold Hub Press; Unbound Press, whose focus is poetry; and Parka Books, a digital press interested in publishing "great books by dedicated authors."

Go to the Small Presses Database

AN EXPERT'S GUIDE TO RESIDENCY APPLICATIONS 


If you're thinking about getting away to write, this piece from the new issue of Poets & Writers Magazine covers everything you need to know about applying for a residency--including insight from residency program directors on what they look for in work samples, rsums, manuscripts, and letters of recommendation.

Learn More About Applying for a Writers Residency 

 

MY KIND OF TOWN, CHICAGO
Chicago City Guide
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P&W BOOTH

If you plan to attend the AWP conference in Chicago this week, look for us there! We will be at booth number 118. Stop by for free sample magazines, a raffle, and more.

 

P&W AT AGENTS & EDITORS PANEL

On Saturday, March 3, Mary Gannon, Poets & Writers Magazine Editorial Director, will moderate a panel entitled "Agents & Editors: Partners in Publishing." Publishing professionals Kathy Pories, Elisabeth Schmitz, PJ Mark, and Rob Spillman will provide advice about the best practices for submitting queries and proposals, and more. 10:30 - 11:45 AM, Wabash Room, Palmer House Hilton, 3rd Floor

 

FREE CHICAGO GUIDE  

Take along our free online guide to literary Chicago, in which Zach Dodson, cofounder of Featherproof Books, asks himself, "Where do I experience literary Chicago? The answer, mostly bars." Read more

 

SPECIAL DINNER - MARCH 1 

If you live the in Chicago area or will be visiting for AWP, join the Friends of Poets & Writers for dinner. Show your support for P&W, plus meet special guests Rebecca Makkai, Audrey Niffenegger, and Scott Turow. RSVP and get more information.

 

OBJECT LESSONS 


Eileen Pollack In the latest Writers Recommend, author Eileen Pollack offers:

"When I'm stuck, I daydream my way back to a place that still holds a great deal of emotion for me... lingering on the objects that vibrate and glow with some hidden, deeper meaning I have yet to discover."

Read More About Pollack's Objects

MS. SOULFLOWER'S ARTISTIC FUTURE

Ms. Sunflower
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Devoya Mayo, aka Ms. Soulflower, talks with us about The Soulflower Group, a consortium of designers, DJs, poets, and others artists that believes "creativity and culture are essential in building community wellness."

The Soulflower Group is one of hundreds of organizations supported by Poets & Writers through the Readings/Workshops program.

Read more on the
Readings & Workshops Blog 

 

 

NATIONAL IRIS N. SPENCER UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS (SPONSORED ARTICLE)
wcu poetry centerThe WCU Poetry Center is proud to announce the national Iris N. Spencer Poetry Awards.

 

Undergraduates are invited to submit to the Myong Cha Son Haiku Award and the Iris N. Spencer Award, which welcomes unpublished, original poems composed in the traditional modes of meter, rhyme, and received form. The first place winner of each competition will receive $1,500 and a full scholarship to the WCU Poetry Conference, and the runner-up will receive $500.

 

Visit wcupoetrycenter.com for more information.

 
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