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Poets & Writers

October 9, 2012  

In This Issue
How to Balance Writing with Everything Else
Literary Guide to Burlington, Vermont
News for Writers
Hell Circa 1964
9th Annual Palm Beach Poetry Festival (Ad)
Job Listings
MFA: Decide Where to Apply





Goucher College MFA in Creative Nonfiction





Flagler University Other Worlds Conference





Miami Writers Institute





Call for Nominations, Chautauqua Prize





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HOW TO BALANCE WRITING WITH EVERYTHING ELSE 


How to balance one's writing life with work and family is a challenge most writers face. If you're struggling with this, you'll be interested in Brenda Shaughnessy and Craig Morgan Teicher's recent article in Poets & Writers Magazine.

Shaughnessy and Teicher share the inner workings of their marriage and how they manage to support each other's poetry while parenting a disabled child and making a living in New York City.

Steady, Strong, Resilient

LITERARY GUIDE TO BURLINGTON


Burlington City Guide
Credit: Nina Goffi
In this installment of City Guides, author Edie Rhoads shows us around Burlington, Vermont, a city that captivated, embraced, then reshaped her as a writer.

Explore Rhoads's regular haunts: Crow Bookshop, Barge Canal Antique Market, and Four Corners of the Earth Delicatessen, plus other favorites in Vermont's largest city.

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NEWS FOR WRITERS 


In addition to writing and reading, make checking P&W's Daily News part of your routine. Every day we scan publishing reports, academic announcements, and literary dispatches to find the relevant news for creative writers. You'll find a mix of the practical with the entertaining and learn about important developments in the field.

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HELL CIRCA 1964 


No Exit 

 

YouTube is a veritable treasure trove of literary gems. Here's a recent find that we shared on Clips--a 1964 BBC adaptation of Jean Paul Sartre's No Exit starring Harold Pinter.

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9TH ANNUAL PALM BEACH POETRY FESTIVAL (SPONSORED ARTICLE) 


9th Annual Palm Beach Poetry Festival January 21-26, 2013, Delray Beach, Florida. Faculty: B. H. Fairchild, Terrance Hayes, Jane Hirshfield, Tony Hoagland, Laura Kasischke, Thomas Lux, Tracy K. Smith, Lisa Russ Spaar. Special guest, Billy Collins. A week of powerful poetry in Delray Beach. Workshops, readings, craft talks, annual gala celebration, late night coffee house, and more. Deadline: November 9, 2012.

Apply online: palmbeachpoetryfestival.org.


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MFA: DECIDE WHERE TO APPLY

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