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Poets & Writers Magazine

November/December 2020
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.

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Poets & Writers Magazine

EDITOR’S Note • HOPE AND BEAUTY, PURPOSE AND LIGHT

Reactions

The Clifton House

CONTRIBUTORS

Page One • Where New And Noteworthy Books Begin

A Chicago Press for the People

IN MEMORIAM

The Anthologist

MacDowell Tests Virtual Residencies

Small Press Points

Literary MagNet

House Celebrates Broadside Lotus

The Time Is Now • Writing Prompts and Exercises

The Infallible Continuum • A SCIENTIFIC THEORY OF WRITING EDUCATION

Reading in the Bardo • SEEKING COMFORT IN THE ABSENCE OF RITUAL

Leave the Expectations Behind • IN HIS THIRD NOVEL, LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND, PUBLISHED IN OCTOBER BY ECCO, RUMAAN ALAM DELIVERS A PROPULSIVE NARRATIVE THAT SPEAKS TO THE CHALLENGES AND CRISES OF THE MOMENT—RACIAL INJUSTICE, ENVIRONMENTAL CATASTROPHE, SHELTERING IN PLACE—WHILE DEFYING ANY EXPECTATIONS OF WHAT A NOVEL WRITTEN BY A GAY INDIAN AMERICAN MAN SHOULD BE.

Leave the World Behind

THE CONFOUNDING INSISTENCE ON INNOCENCE • TEN YEARS AFTER HER DEBUT STORY COLLECTION, BEFORE YOU SUFFOCATE YOUR OWN FOOL SELF, MARKED HER ARRIVAL AS A BOLD NEW VOICE IN AMERICAN SHORT FICTION, DANIELLE EVANS RETURNS WITH HER SECOND, THE OFFICE OF HISTORICAL CORRECTIONS, A TIMELY RECKONING WITH, AMONG OTHER THINGS, AMERICA’S HISTORY OF RACIALIZED VIOLENCE.

The Office of Historical Corrections

OUR FIFTH ANNUAL 5 over 50

Elizabeth Wetmore

Vivian Gibson

A. H. Kim

Susan Buttenwieser

Daniel Becker

The Abundance, Joy, Beauty, Persistence, Power, and Potential of Independent Publishing • A CONVERSATION WITH SIX BLACK EDITORS

Stories From Here • SHARING THE PERSONAL NARRATIVES OF BIPOC WRITERS IN THE MIDWEST

The Politics of Gatekeeping • ON RECONSIDERING THE ETHICS OF BLIND SUBMISSIONS

Small Press Perseverance • INDIE PUBLISHING DURING THE PANDEMIC

Order Out of Chaos • REVISING YOUR POETRY MANUSCRIPT

Deadlines

Submission Calendar

Recent Winners

DONORS TO POETS & WRITERS, INC.

Conferences & Residencies

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

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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 148 Publisher: Poets & Writers, Inc Edition: November/December 2020

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  • Release date: October 7, 2020

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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.

pw.org

Poets & Writers Magazine

EDITOR’S Note • HOPE AND BEAUTY, PURPOSE AND LIGHT

Reactions

The Clifton House

CONTRIBUTORS

Page One • Where New And Noteworthy Books Begin

A Chicago Press for the People

IN MEMORIAM

The Anthologist

MacDowell Tests Virtual Residencies

Small Press Points

Literary MagNet

House Celebrates Broadside Lotus

The Time Is Now • Writing Prompts and Exercises

The Infallible Continuum • A SCIENTIFIC THEORY OF WRITING EDUCATION

Reading in the Bardo • SEEKING COMFORT IN THE ABSENCE OF RITUAL

Leave the Expectations Behind • IN HIS THIRD NOVEL, LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND, PUBLISHED IN OCTOBER BY ECCO, RUMAAN ALAM DELIVERS A PROPULSIVE NARRATIVE THAT SPEAKS TO THE CHALLENGES AND CRISES OF THE MOMENT—RACIAL INJUSTICE, ENVIRONMENTAL CATASTROPHE, SHELTERING IN PLACE—WHILE DEFYING ANY EXPECTATIONS OF WHAT A NOVEL WRITTEN BY A GAY INDIAN AMERICAN MAN SHOULD BE.

Leave the World Behind

THE CONFOUNDING INSISTENCE ON INNOCENCE • TEN YEARS AFTER HER DEBUT STORY COLLECTION, BEFORE YOU SUFFOCATE YOUR OWN FOOL SELF, MARKED HER ARRIVAL AS A BOLD NEW VOICE IN AMERICAN SHORT FICTION, DANIELLE EVANS RETURNS WITH HER SECOND, THE OFFICE OF HISTORICAL CORRECTIONS, A TIMELY RECKONING WITH, AMONG OTHER THINGS, AMERICA’S HISTORY OF RACIALIZED VIOLENCE.

The Office of Historical Corrections

OUR FIFTH ANNUAL 5 over 50

Elizabeth Wetmore

Vivian Gibson

A. H. Kim

Susan Buttenwieser

Daniel Becker

The Abundance, Joy, Beauty, Persistence, Power, and Potential of Independent Publishing • A CONVERSATION WITH SIX BLACK EDITORS

Stories From Here • SHARING THE PERSONAL NARRATIVES OF BIPOC WRITERS IN THE MIDWEST

The Politics of Gatekeeping • ON RECONSIDERING THE ETHICS OF BLIND SUBMISSIONS

Small Press Perseverance • INDIE PUBLISHING DURING THE PANDEMIC

Order Out of Chaos • REVISING YOUR POETRY MANUSCRIPT

Deadlines

Submission Calendar

Recent Winners

DONORS TO POETS & WRITERS, INC.

Conferences & Residencies

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

We Need Your Support


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