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Guess who is interviewed in the September 2010 issue of The Writer’s Chronicle? Our keynoter Andre Dubus III, that’s who.

The piece, titled “Letting in ‘the Other,'” is by Laura McCullough.

In the interview Dubus makes striking observations such as “I try not to say anything with fiction, I try to find something,” and, “I’ve thrown away far more novels than I’ve kept, and really, the four books I’ve written are phoenixes that have risen out of the mountains of ashes of what’s failed.”

We’re confident he will give a wonderful keynote speech.

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At our big planning meeting last night — 16 writers in attendance! — we were pleased to learn that Andre Dubus has agreed to be our afternoon keynote speaker for this year’s conference. He is the author of three novels, including the acclaimed best-seller House of Sand and Fog.

Also, read about the Write Angles Conference in this month’s issue of Writers’ Digest. We’re included in a story about quality writers conferences that charge bargain rates. How can you beat that?

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