In the Gap Between Writer and Reader the Novel Comes to Life

A guest post by Claire Fuller There’s an exercise I sometimes get members of book groups to do: I ask each of them to draw a picture of the cabin from my first novel, Our…

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Fellowship and Mentorship Programs for Screenwriters in 2018

An essential round-up of fellowships and opportunities for screenwriters in 2018. Deadlines and conditions can change, so please check the relevant websites for full entry details. PAGE International Screenwriting Awards were established in 2003 by…

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The Business of Tracking Lit Mag Submissions

A guest post by Aaron Gilbreath In an age of smart phones and cloud storage, few things seem more primitive than a manila folder with a slice of white paper in it, but that’s what…

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Residencies for Writers in 2018

UPDATE: Our list of writers’ residencies for 2019 can be found here. Krakow UNESCO City of Literature Residency Program is dedicated to young and emerging writers from the Cities of Literature of the UNESCO Creative Cities…

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10 Literary Magazines Curated By and For People with Disabilities

A guest post by Ana Prundaru Regardless of your disability or health status, the following ten barrier-breaking literary venues are absolutely worth your time. Monstering A literary magazine for disabled women and non binary individuals, Monstering…

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