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Poets & Writers Magazine

November - December 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.

pw.org

EDITOR’S Note • THE DEMOCRACY OF CURIOSITY

Reactions

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CONTRIBUTORS

Page One

Publishing Books About Grief

The Anthologist

IN MEMORIAM

The Intersection of Art & Literature

Small Press Points

Literary MagNet

The New Editor of the Paris Review

TheTimeIsNow • Writing Prompts and Exercises

A Forgotten Form • THE ART OF LETTER WRITING

DEAR READER: NOTEWORTHY COLLECTIONS OF LITERARY LETTERS

Writing Partners • WORKING TOGETHER THROUGH WRITING AND LIFE

TALKING TO STRANGERS • IN MORE THAN TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AS A STAFF WRITER AT THE NEW YORKER, DURING WHICH TIME SHE HAS WRITTEN EIGHT BOOKS, INCLUDING THE LIBRARY BOOK, PUBLISHED IN OCTOBER BY SIMON & SCHUSTER, SUSAN ORLEAN HAS DISPLAYED A SEEMINGLY SIMPLE YET REMARKABLE TALENT: GETTING PEOPLE TO TALK.

The Library Book

A TALK IN THE WOODS • WHAT HAPPENS WHEN TWO BEST-SELLING AUTHORS MEET FOR THE FIRST TIME? A CONVERSATION BETWEEN BARBARA KINGSOLVER, WHOSE NEW NOVEL, UNSHELTERED, IS OUT FROM HARPER, AND RICHARD POWERS, WHOSE NOVEL THE OVERSTORY WAS PUBLISHED BY W. W. NORTON IN APRIL, TURNS INTO AN IMPROMPTU MASTER CLASS IN FICTION UNDER A CANOPY OF LEAVES IN SOUTHWESTERN VIRGINIA.

Unsheltered

The Overstory

5 over 50

FOCUS in: literary magazines

Diving Into the Digital Slush Pile • How Online Submissions Are Changing Lit Mags (and Your Chances of Publication)

Fight for Your Rights • Understanding Literary Magazine Contracts

Telling a Different Story • How to Cultivate Inclusivity at Literary Magazines

Reviewers & Critics • LAURIE HERTZEL OF THE STAR TRIBUNE

Agent Advice • Priya Doraswamy of Lotus Lane Literary

New Titles

Deadlines

Submission Calendar

Recent Winners

Conferences & Residencies

DONORS TO POETS & WRITERS, INC.

THE FRIENDS OF POETS & WRITERS, INC. • We are happy to acknowledge these Friends whose recent gifts help make all of Poets & Writers’ programs possible.

Recovering Poetry


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Frequency: Every other month Publisher: Poets & Writers, Inc Edition: November - December 2018

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  • Release date: October 10, 2018

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English

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.

pw.org

EDITOR’S Note • THE DEMOCRACY OF CURIOSITY

Reactions

Classic Meets Graphic

CONTRIBUTORS

Page One

Publishing Books About Grief

The Anthologist

IN MEMORIAM

The Intersection of Art & Literature

Small Press Points

Literary MagNet

The New Editor of the Paris Review

TheTimeIsNow • Writing Prompts and Exercises

A Forgotten Form • THE ART OF LETTER WRITING

DEAR READER: NOTEWORTHY COLLECTIONS OF LITERARY LETTERS

Writing Partners • WORKING TOGETHER THROUGH WRITING AND LIFE

TALKING TO STRANGERS • IN MORE THAN TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AS A STAFF WRITER AT THE NEW YORKER, DURING WHICH TIME SHE HAS WRITTEN EIGHT BOOKS, INCLUDING THE LIBRARY BOOK, PUBLISHED IN OCTOBER BY SIMON & SCHUSTER, SUSAN ORLEAN HAS DISPLAYED A SEEMINGLY SIMPLE YET REMARKABLE TALENT: GETTING PEOPLE TO TALK.

The Library Book

A TALK IN THE WOODS • WHAT HAPPENS WHEN TWO BEST-SELLING AUTHORS MEET FOR THE FIRST TIME? A CONVERSATION BETWEEN BARBARA KINGSOLVER, WHOSE NEW NOVEL, UNSHELTERED, IS OUT FROM HARPER, AND RICHARD POWERS, WHOSE NOVEL THE OVERSTORY WAS PUBLISHED BY W. W. NORTON IN APRIL, TURNS INTO AN IMPROMPTU MASTER CLASS IN FICTION UNDER A CANOPY OF LEAVES IN SOUTHWESTERN VIRGINIA.

Unsheltered

The Overstory

5 over 50

FOCUS in: literary magazines

Diving Into the Digital Slush Pile • How Online Submissions Are Changing Lit Mags (and Your Chances of Publication)

Fight for Your Rights • Understanding Literary Magazine Contracts

Telling a Different Story • How to Cultivate Inclusivity at Literary Magazines

Reviewers & Critics • LAURIE HERTZEL OF THE STAR TRIBUNE

Agent Advice • Priya Doraswamy of Lotus Lane Literary

New Titles

Deadlines

Submission Calendar

Recent Winners

Conferences & Residencies

DONORS TO POETS & WRITERS, INC.

THE FRIENDS OF POETS & WRITERS, INC. • We are happy to acknowledge these Friends whose recent gifts help make all of Poets & Writers’ programs possible.

Recovering Poetry


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