Folks, you can find a map to 40 restaurants close to campus at the MFA web page under the Residency section (http://www.wcsu.edu/writing/mfa) to help you plan out your dinners. There will be hard copies of the map available at the … Continue reading
Burnt Twig Productions, the effort of MFA students Sara Lewis and Kristin Santa Maria, has successfully raised well over their $5,000 target for the production of The Writing Life: A Documentary. The film is Sara’s and Kristin’s enrichment project, and … Continue reading
I thought you might be interested in Mystery Writers of America’s (MWA) new “Approved Publisher” guidelines. They’re now setting standards to include print on demand and e-book only publishers in this highly sought-after category. If your book is published by an “Approved … Continue reading
The second open mic will be before WEDNESDAY’s reading, not Thursday.
There will be two open mic sessions at the residency, so be sure to bring some work to share! The first open mic will be from 3-4:30 on Sunday, and the second open mic will open the Thursday evening reading … Continue reading
My latest novel, The Damned Highway, written in collaboration with Brian Keene, is now available. Theoretically, it comes out tomorrow, but amazon, Powell’s, and many local bookstores are already stocking and shipping the title. The Damned Highway is part of … Continue reading
Hey Everyone! I’m in need of a couple of guys to read parts for my screenplay reading at the residency next week. It’s scheduled for Thursday right after the agent meetings. Anybody interested? Thanks in advance.~Margaret