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Jennifer Browdy: Purposeful Memoir as a Pathway to Activism

Jennifer Browdy, Ph.D. is a professor of comparative at Bard College at Simon’s Rock, focusing on global women’s literature, spiritual ecology and social and environmental activism through the arts. She will lead a workshop on purposeful memoir at this year\’s WriteAngles conference next Saturday. She has written the following account about her writing. Since the …

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Interview with Randy Zucco

Randy Zucco will be at this year’s conference for pre-scheduled meetings with writers. He was interviewed by Jim Barnhill. What is Levellers Press? Levellers Press is a full-service publishing house. With the consolidation of major publishers over the years, the increase in online buying, the means of production at our workplace, and one visionary co-worker/owner, …

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Interview with Sacchi Green

Sacchi Green lives in western Massachusetts, with occasional forays into the real world. She’s published scores of short stories and edited sixteen anthologies, eight of them Lambda Literary Award finalists, and two of them Lambda winners. Lately she’s blended the erotica genre with speculative fiction, her first love, whenever possible, and will even have an …

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Thinking of registering for the Nov. 17 WriteAngles conference but wondering if it\’s too late? It\’s not. We are still taking registrations and have slots for meetings with agents. writeangles

Interview with Jennifer Acker

Jennifer Acker is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Common and has published several short stories, translations, and essays. Her forthcoming works in 2019 include a long personal essay from Amazon Original Stories and her debut novel, THE LIMITS OF THE WORLD. She will appear on the panel Writing the Short Story. She was interviewed …

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