Carl Morse and Joan Larkin hope to spark a unique conversation among fellow poets with the anthology Gay and Lesbian Poetry in Our Time.
Turning Family History into Fiction
How one writer's family myth moved within reach to tell.
Sexism and the Short Story: A Survey
Is there sexism in the writing world? One writer's survey says yes.
Poetry for People in Missoula, Montana
Poetry touches a communal nerve in a place of mountains, rivers, and plains.
Baiting the Hook
For freelancers, writing a good query letter is a vital professional skill.
Not Separate But Distinct
A conversation with Joan Larkin and Carl Morse, editors of and Gay and Lesbian Poetry in Our Time.
News and Trends
Uniform Capitalization Rules Repealed for Writers
A new tax law simplifies record-keeping for writers.
Bookmark Puts Writers on Public TV
A public television talk show hosted by Lewis Lapham focuses on current books.
Poetry Society Opens Membership
New York City–based Poetry Society of America opens its membership to the public.