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AWP 2010 | AWP 2010

michelle-hoover's picture
The annual conference of the AWP, (Advanced Writing Programs), has become a yearly hobnobbing event of inspiration and exhaustion—in the seminar room, at the bookfair table, or under the hotel bar—a conference that dangerously throws the talented and divinely publicized in among the not-so-famous...
meg-waite-clayton's picture
I had the great pleasure of paneling with Richard Bausch - who is not only a wonderful writer, but also a kind and generous one - at the AWP conference last weekend. I dug out this quote from an interview of him in The Atlantic: "I don't teach writing -- I teach living this life, contending...
ericka-lutz's picture
Hey there. I'm headed this week to my first ever writer's conference -- AWP in Denver.  Thousands of writers and publishing professionals in one conference center. That's thousands of traditionally solitary people spending days in crowded conference rooms, being social. Networking.  Oh god.  No...
suzanne-frischkorn's picture
The final galleys for Girl on a Bridge were sent off this week. I am so thrilled, once again, with the book design and super happy that it will be out for AWP Denver. Here's a sneak peak at the blurbs: Good citizens beware: Suzanne Frischkorn has let Girl on a Bridge loose on the world and she’s...
BPfeiffer's picture
DENVER, CO. — D. Gilson and Ben Pfeiffer, editors at The Pocket Review, will be participating in the 2010 Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) conference in a panel with Brian Shawver, Jane Hoogestraat, and Linda Moser. The panel discussion focuses on the standardization of creative...