Hedgerow poet Maya Janson will read June 19, 7 pm, at Broadside Bookshop, 247 Main Street in Northampton MA. Maya will be running the poetry panel at this year’s WriteAngles conference. David Rivard writes about Montaigne Medal finalist Janson’s work, “Wide-open love of the world and its mad inhabitants is one of the holiest of the heart’s affections – what you get in Murmur & Crush – total acceptance of the as-is world, seduced into being by that beautiful tag team, Bemusement and Sorrow.” Also reading on Wednesday evening will be Anne Love Woodhull whose Night With Its Owl is also published by Hedgerow.
Date: Oct. 18, 2014
What is WriteAngles?Now in its 29th year, WriteAngles is Western New England’s premier conference by writers, for writers. At this one-day gathering, you’ll mix with experienced writers and agents in panel discussions, hands-on workshops, face-to-face meetings, and in casual networking opportunities. The affordably priced conference fee includes a continental breakfast and a bountiful buffet lunch. The conference is held in Mount Holyoke College’s gracious Willits-Hallowell Center in South Hadley, Massachusetts.
- Program, panelists set
- Date set, keynoters on board
- Thanks to all
- An Interview with Barbara Diamond Goldin
- An Interview with Dan Drolette Jr.
- An Interview with Bee Ridgway
- An Interview with Donna Russo Morin
- An Interview with Linda Cardillo
- An Interview with Lisa Drnec Kerr
- An Interview with Corinne Demas
- An Interview with Tzivia Gover
- An Interview with Joan Robb
- An Interview with Janice Beetle
- Pat Schneider speaking at UMass
- Back from Zimbabwe
Who we areWe are a group of writers living in Western Massachusetts, Southern Vermont, and thereabouts who organize and run the Write Angles conference on an entirely volunteer basis.
We are “budget-friendly”Two years ago our WriteAngles conference was featured in Writer's Digest "Conference Scene" as one of four "budget-friendly events." After several years in which we've increased our fees a little, we have decided to reduce some this year. Our all-day conference, with continental breakfast and buffet lunch, is still quite a bargain at $100 in advance and $110 at the door (general admission), while full-time students and those age 65 and up will now pay only $50 in advance and $60 at the door.