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What Happens When 12,000 Writers Converge

Hi. Barb here. Last week I attended AWP, the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference in Boston. Why did I go? It was one of those weird convergences in life where you’ve never heard of something, and then all … Continue reading

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Rejection—Part One

Rejection is part of every writer’s life.  Not the good part, I would add, but a part. I’ve been wanting to write about it for awhile, because it’s something I feel like I’ve learned a little about over the past … Continue reading

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Writing Warriors at the Kripalu Center

Hi. Barb here and— But first, a word from our sponsors: Taking a quick moment to announce that the tenth annual Level Best Books anthology has a name—Best New England Crime Stories 2013: Blood Moon. Submission guidelines are here and … Continue reading

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