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Poets & Writers Magazine

March/April 2019
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 • SEAWORTHY

Reactions • Poets & Writers Magazine welcomes feedback from its readers. Please post a comment on select articles at www.pw.org, e-mail editor@pw.org, or write to Editor, Poets & Writers Magazine, 90 Broad Street, Suite 2100, New York, NY 10004. Letters accepted for publication may be edited for clarity and length.

Sewanee Celebrates Thirty Years

CONTRIBUTORS

Page One • Where New And Noteworthy Books Begin

The Center for Fiction’s New Home

The Anthologist

IN MEMORIAM

Small Press Points

For Poetry Daily, a New Era Begins

THE WRITTEN IMAGE

Literary MagNet

MacDowell’s Young Set to Retire

The Time Is Now •  Writing Prompts and Exercises

The Art of Translation • MANY ENGLISHES, MANY CHINESES

SHAPE-SHIFTER • MARLON JAMES, THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE–WINNING NOVELIST WHOSE NEW BOOK, BLACK LEOPARD, RED WOLF, IS THE FIRST TITLE OF AN EPIC FANTASY TRILOGY, SITS DOWN WITH KIMA JONES FOR A WIDE-RANGING CONVERSATION ABOUT LOS ANGELES, LITERARY FAME, FACEBOOK, AND THE FREEDOM OF GENRE-DEFYING FICTION.

Black Leopard, Red Wolf

Angles of Experience • IN ALL OF HER WRITING, INCLUDING FIVE BOOKS, MOST RECENTLY THE NOVEL LOST CHILDREN ARCHIVE, VALERIA LUISELLI GRAPPLES WITH ENORMOUS QUESTIONS ABOUT IMMIGRATION, INCARCERATION, AND THE INVENTED SPACES OF LANGUAGE AND IDENTITY, NOT BY DWELLING ON THE ANSWERS BUT BY TELLING STORIES AS A WAY TO BETTER ASK THE QUESTIONS.

Tropes

STILL DANCING • FIFTEEN YEARS IN THE MAKING, ILYA KAMINSKY’S DEAF REPUBLIC, PUBLISHED THIS MONTH BY GRAYWOLF PRESS, IS A DRAMATIC MASTERWORK, A PARABLE-IN-POEMS THAT CONFRONTS THE DARKNESS OF WAR AND TERROR WITH THE BLAZING LIGHT OF “A POET IN LOVE WITH THE WORLD.”

Gunshot

TWENTY-TWO OF THE MOST INSPIRING WRITERS RETREATS IN THE COUNTRY • RECOMMENDED BY TWENTY-TWO OF THE MOST INSPIRING WRITERS

TOP TEN RETREATS FOR EMERGING WRITERS

Reviewers & Critics • MAUREEN CORRIGAN OF NPR’S FRESH AIR

How to Get Paid • LITERARY NONPROFITS

New Titles

Deadlines

Submission Calendar

Recent Winners

Conferences & Residencies

The Art of Unconditionality


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 148 Publisher: Poets & Writers, Inc Edition: March/April 2019

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  • Release date: February 13, 2019

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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

EDITOR’S Note • SEAWORTHY

Reactions • Poets & Writers Magazine welcomes feedback from its readers. Please post a comment on select articles at www.pw.org, e-mail editor@pw.org, or write to Editor, Poets & Writers Magazine, 90 Broad Street, Suite 2100, New York, NY 10004. Letters accepted for publication may be edited for clarity and length.

Sewanee Celebrates Thirty Years

CONTRIBUTORS

Page One • Where New And Noteworthy Books Begin

The Center for Fiction’s New Home

The Anthologist

IN MEMORIAM

Small Press Points

For Poetry Daily, a New Era Begins

THE WRITTEN IMAGE

Literary MagNet

MacDowell’s Young Set to Retire

The Time Is Now •  Writing Prompts and Exercises

The Art of Translation • MANY ENGLISHES, MANY CHINESES

SHAPE-SHIFTER • MARLON JAMES, THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE–WINNING NOVELIST WHOSE NEW BOOK, BLACK LEOPARD, RED WOLF, IS THE FIRST TITLE OF AN EPIC FANTASY TRILOGY, SITS DOWN WITH KIMA JONES FOR A WIDE-RANGING CONVERSATION ABOUT LOS ANGELES, LITERARY FAME, FACEBOOK, AND THE FREEDOM OF GENRE-DEFYING FICTION.

Black Leopard, Red Wolf

Angles of Experience • IN ALL OF HER WRITING, INCLUDING FIVE BOOKS, MOST RECENTLY THE NOVEL LOST CHILDREN ARCHIVE, VALERIA LUISELLI GRAPPLES WITH ENORMOUS QUESTIONS ABOUT IMMIGRATION, INCARCERATION, AND THE INVENTED SPACES OF LANGUAGE AND IDENTITY, NOT BY DWELLING ON THE ANSWERS BUT BY TELLING STORIES AS A WAY TO BETTER ASK THE QUESTIONS.

Tropes

STILL DANCING • FIFTEEN YEARS IN THE MAKING, ILYA KAMINSKY’S DEAF REPUBLIC, PUBLISHED THIS MONTH BY GRAYWOLF PRESS, IS A DRAMATIC MASTERWORK, A PARABLE-IN-POEMS THAT CONFRONTS THE DARKNESS OF WAR AND TERROR WITH THE BLAZING LIGHT OF “A POET IN LOVE WITH THE WORLD.”

Gunshot

TWENTY-TWO OF THE MOST INSPIRING WRITERS RETREATS IN THE COUNTRY • RECOMMENDED BY TWENTY-TWO OF THE MOST INSPIRING WRITERS

TOP TEN RETREATS FOR EMERGING WRITERS

Reviewers & Critics • MAUREEN CORRIGAN OF NPR’S FRESH AIR

How to Get Paid • LITERARY NONPROFITS

New Titles

Deadlines

Submission Calendar

Recent Winners

Conferences & Residencies

The Art of Unconditionality


Expand title description text