Monthly Archives: September 2012

From Our Hands to Your Ears

Local (to NW CT) poet Neil Silberblatt is looking for help reading submissions for From Our Hands to Your Ears. If you are interested in helping out, please email me at Neil Silberblatt will be reading in Bethel on 9/26 at the … Continue reading

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Tons of Publishing Opportunities

Hello All, I have just updated the Call For Submissions on the MFA site to reflect the numerous publications that are currently accepting work. You’ll find a link, qualifying genre, reading fee, and deadline for each contest or reading period. Right now, … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Book Fest

The Brooklyn Book Festival, which is going on this week but with most major events happening on Sunday, Sept. 23, has a pretty impressive line-up of writers of all kinds and some interesting panels.  A RECORD 280+ AUTHORS, MORE THAN … Continue reading

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I’ve always thought that sooner or later publishers would recognize that people are tired of reading the same old formula fiction. That’s why this news is so encouraging. “For the first time in over a decade, Harper Voyager are opening … Continue reading

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New Book Out

Hi, all, I am excited to report that my book, Tough Love: A Wyoming Childhood, was published this month by Pronghorn Press. The book, a collection of personal essays, began in the very classes of West Conn’s MFA program and … Continue reading

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Call for Papers, Poetry, and Stories

Hello All, The Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association will hold their annual conference March 27-30 2013 in Washington, D.C. Proposing a Paper Last year the conference was held in Boston, and I was fortunate enough to have a … Continue reading

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Two Markets

The September issue of The Big Click is now live. MFAers might be especially interested as the lead story this month, Altar Boys, is from Westconn MFA alum Marc E. Fitch. Do download the ebook to support the magazine. Though … Continue reading

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