Folks, as you may remember, we had a discussion at the August residency wrap-up meeting about arrangements for January lunches. The options were to have lunches at the Maron or to give everyone time off to get their own lunch. … Continue reading
Dear Students, We already filled our quota for blog posts this semester; our blog submissions are currently closed. Please email me at CarolynBBernier@gmail.com if you’d like the following roles (they may fill up quickly): 1. Blog editor: oversee publication of blog on WordPress … Continue reading
In response to the Ta-Nahisi Coates testament to perseverance Brian posted in the previous blog, let me share that last year I applied for a BMI Foundation Fellowship and didn’t get it. I reapplied this year with a more focused … Continue reading
Well worth a few minutes!
A great list to check out for every writer, fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, journalism, etc. 50 Awesome Websites
Worried about using people you know or who might recognize themselves in your memoir or as characters in your novel? Worth a read. By Attorney Helen Sedwick. How to Use Real People in Your Writing Without Ending Up in Court … Continue reading
2016 more than met predictions for the popularity of digital storytelling platforms and applications like Facebook Live, Chatbots, Virtual Reality, Podcasts – especially political topics, Snapchat Memories & Instagram Stories. Click on the link to read more. Echo Storytelling Agency