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Poets & Writers Magazine

March - April 2018
Magazine

For more than twenty years, Poets & Writers Magazine has been a trusted companion to writers who take their vocation seriously. Within its pages, our readers find provocative essays on the literary life, practical guidance for getting published and pursuing writing careers, in-depth profiles of poets, fiction writers, and writers of creative nonfiction, and conversation among fellow professionals.

THE SPACE TO CREATE

Letters

I, Too Arts Collective

CONTRIBUTORS

Page One • Where New And Noteworthy Books Begin

A Different Kind of March Madness

IN MEMORIAM

The Endangered Poetry Project

Small Press Points

Literary MagNet

THE WRITTEN IMAGE

Sarah Browning Splits This Rock

Writing Prompts and Exercises

Piano Lessons • DO WRITERS NEED A TEACHER OR A COACH?

On the Trail • REJECTION AND REVIVAL IN JOSHUA TREE

Why We Write • REDEMPTION SONG

THE NOVEL I BURIED THREE TIMES • BEST-SELLING NOVELISTS CAROLINE LEAVITT AND JONATHAN EVISON TALK HONESTLY AND OPENLY ABOUT THE BOOKS THAT DIDN’T WORK, LEARNING FROM FAILURE, AND THE DECISION TO MOVE ON.

The Poem Chooses You • THE NATIONAL RECITATION COMPETITION POETRY OUT LOUD DOES MORE THAN TEACH STUDENTS HOW TO MEMORIZE POEMS. IT OPENS THEM UP TO NEW WAYS OF PERCEIVING THE WORLD AROUND THEM.

WHERE BIG BOOKS ARE BORN

MINERAL SCHOOL • Mineral, Washington

UCROSS FOUNDATION • Sheridan, Wyoming

MILLAY COLONY • Austerlitz, New York

ANDERSON CENTER • Red Wing, Minnesota

CAVE CANEM RETREAT • University of Pittsburgh in Greensburg

DOROTHY AND LEWIS B. CULLMAN CENTER FOR SCHOLARS AND WRITERS • New York Public Library, New York City

FINE ARTS WORK CENTER • Provincetown, Massachusetts

CAMARGO FOUNDATION • Cassis, France

YADDO • Saratoga Springs, New York

MACDOWELL COLONY • Peterborough, New Hampshire

KUNDIMAN RETREAT • Fordham University in the Bronx, New York

HOME • Boulder, Colorado

TEN MORE RETREATS WHERE YOUR BIG BOOK COULD BE BORN

The Aha! Moment • A Literature Panelist for the MacDowell Colony

The Art of Publicity • HOW INDIE PUBLICISTS WORK WITH WRITERS

TEN QUICK TIPS FROM THE PUBLICISTS

Publishing Your First Book • ADVICE FOR FIRST-TIME AUTHORS

Deadlines

Submission Calendar

Recent Winners

Conferences & Residencies

Is the Workshop Tomorrow?


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 156 Publisher: Poets & Writers, Inc Edition: March - April 2018

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  • Release date: February 14, 2018

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For more than twenty years, Poets & Writers Magazine has been a trusted companion to writers who take their vocation seriously. Within its pages, our readers find provocative essays on the literary life, practical guidance for getting published and pursuing writing careers, in-depth profiles of poets, fiction writers, and writers of creative nonfiction, and conversation among fellow professionals.

THE SPACE TO CREATE

Letters

I, Too Arts Collective

CONTRIBUTORS

Page One • Where New And Noteworthy Books Begin

A Different Kind of March Madness

IN MEMORIAM

The Endangered Poetry Project

Small Press Points

Literary MagNet

THE WRITTEN IMAGE

Sarah Browning Splits This Rock

Writing Prompts and Exercises

Piano Lessons • DO WRITERS NEED A TEACHER OR A COACH?

On the Trail • REJECTION AND REVIVAL IN JOSHUA TREE

Why We Write • REDEMPTION SONG

THE NOVEL I BURIED THREE TIMES • BEST-SELLING NOVELISTS CAROLINE LEAVITT AND JONATHAN EVISON TALK HONESTLY AND OPENLY ABOUT THE BOOKS THAT DIDN’T WORK, LEARNING FROM FAILURE, AND THE DECISION TO MOVE ON.

The Poem Chooses You • THE NATIONAL RECITATION COMPETITION POETRY OUT LOUD DOES MORE THAN TEACH STUDENTS HOW TO MEMORIZE POEMS. IT OPENS THEM UP TO NEW WAYS OF PERCEIVING THE WORLD AROUND THEM.

WHERE BIG BOOKS ARE BORN

MINERAL SCHOOL • Mineral, Washington

UCROSS FOUNDATION • Sheridan, Wyoming

MILLAY COLONY • Austerlitz, New York

ANDERSON CENTER • Red Wing, Minnesota

CAVE CANEM RETREAT • University of Pittsburgh in Greensburg

DOROTHY AND LEWIS B. CULLMAN CENTER FOR SCHOLARS AND WRITERS • New York Public Library, New York City

FINE ARTS WORK CENTER • Provincetown, Massachusetts

CAMARGO FOUNDATION • Cassis, France

YADDO • Saratoga Springs, New York

MACDOWELL COLONY • Peterborough, New Hampshire

KUNDIMAN RETREAT • Fordham University in the Bronx, New York

HOME • Boulder, Colorado

TEN MORE RETREATS WHERE YOUR BIG BOOK COULD BE BORN

The Aha! Moment • A Literature Panelist for the MacDowell Colony

The Art of Publicity • HOW INDIE PUBLICISTS WORK WITH WRITERS

TEN QUICK TIPS FROM THE PUBLICISTS

Publishing Your First Book • ADVICE FOR FIRST-TIME AUTHORS

Deadlines

Submission Calendar

Recent Winners

Conferences & Residencies

Is the Workshop Tomorrow?


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