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P&W Newsletter

December 2005

A Creative Gift for Creative Writers

Only a few weeks left before the holidays. There's no better gift for a writer than a subscription to Poets & Writers Magazine!

In every issue:

* Comprehensive info on grants and awards
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* Practical advice on how to get published
* The latest news from the writing community

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Grants & Awards Deadlines

There are 45 prizes with deadlines between December 15, 2005 and January 15, 2006, including the Short Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers sponsored by Boulevard Magazine, the PEN/Martha Albrand Award for First Nonfiction, and chapbook fellowships offered by the Poetry Society of America.

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

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Independent Presses
Get the latest on Other Voices Books, Soho Press, Paris Press, Curbstone Press, Limberlost Press, Aralia Press, Ugly Ducking Presse, A Rest Press, and Atelos.

From Small Press Points, a feature of Poets & Writers Magazine.

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First Books by Poets

"That Glittering Possibility: Eighteen Debut Poets Who Made Their Mark in 2005," a feature which appears in the November/December 2005 issue of Poets & Writers Magazine has garnered a lot of attention.

Please read the electronic chapbook containing work by these first-book authors.

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What Writers Talk About
Among other things, they talk about financial aid for MFA programs, political fiction, and their experience at writers conferences.

All this, plus postings on contests, agents, and literary magazines.

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In New York on December 7
Please join us for a panel discussion on "How to Publish Your Short Story." Participants include editors from The New Yorker, The Paris Review, One Story, and Open City.

Poets & Writers is pleased to cosponsor this panel discussion with the Asian American Writers' Workshop.

December 7, 2005 at 7 p.m. For more details, please visit http://www.aaww.org/aaww_events.html ( http://www.aaww.org/aaww_events.html )

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