Monthly Archives: March 2017

MFAers Reading this Weekend

MFA student Ben Chase, MFA mentor Kateri Kosek, and Yours Truly will read Sunday, April 2 at Byrd’s Books in Bethel, at 3pm, along with Housatonic Trails Poet Laureate David K. Leff, Gail Carson Levine, and Sydney Eddison in celebration … Continue reading

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Reminder to Thesis Students

If you plan to finish this semester, you need to apply for graduation with the Graduate Studies office, if you haven’t already done so.

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Back in the Saddle-AGAIN!

Some of you know that I finally got a literary agent in January 2016 for my WWII book. Well, he couldn’t get a publisher to take it over the last year, so my agent just dropped me. Yes, I was … Continue reading

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Fall Courses/Mentor Requests

Folks, if you haven’t sent me your course/mentor info yet, please do so immediately.

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Three new writing articles out

Hello all, Three new articles of mine hit this week, and as they are all in one way or another related to our community’sĀ focus on the writing craft, I thought I would draw them to your attention. Here they are, … Continue reading

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Pitching Agents on Twitter

If any of you have a completed manuscript and need an agent, try #Pitmad. This is a one-day Twitter event where you pitch your book. Lots of agents and publishers will look at pitches that day. So basically you’ll have … Continue reading

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Lovecraftian Literature Ebook Bundle

Ebooks have changed everything, most notably by creating immense opportunities to explore the marketplace by quickly changing the price of ebooks. (The legal battles between major publishers and Amazon.com is essentially over the fungibility of ebook prices.) One thing I’ve … Continue reading

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