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Craig Morgan Teicher on the State of AWP & the ‘American Creative-Writing Community’ May 10, 2016: Craig Morgan Teicher writes at Publisher’s Weekly about the state of the American creative-writing community, as far as it is seen through recent frustrations expressed at this year’s [...] by

Publishers Weekly AWP Re-cap: Book Tables, Panels, Marriage Proposals and More April 8, 2016: We’ve posted on this a bit already, but just in case you were still wondered what did happen this last weekend at the nation’s largest writers and publishers conference, Publishers [...] by

AWP Access for Members With Disabilities March 30, 2016: Inside Higher Ed reports that conflict has surfaced over equal access as AWP 2016 launches: several panel proposals exploring disability studies and writing have been rejected by the organization, [...] by

Still Life: Monica Fambrough’s Softcover February 18, 2016: At AWP’s The Writer’s Notebook, Kathleen Rooney talks to poet Monica Fambrough, author of Softcover, a “direct, honest, funny, and full of clarity and grace” debut collection [...] by

AWP Removes Vanessa Place From 2016 Conference Subcommittee May 18, 2015: This weekend saw the unfolding of outrage over Vanessa Place’s Twitter account, a project that (as we’ve noted previously) has been transcribing the entirety of Margaret Mitchell’s [...] by

Post-Poetry, Part 1: CryptoPo April 15, 2015: In this and the rest of my Harriets I want to talk about the conditions for what I’ll loosely call Post-Poetry: Crypto, AnonyPo, Outlander-, and Lulz. More than anything, these are strategies for [...] by

Come Say Hello at AWP & See the First 3D-Printed Broadside! April 9, 2015: We say it every year, but be sure to stop by the Poetry Foundation table at AWP (booth 1303)! We’ll have the ever-popular buttons, magazines, giveaways, and subscription deals, but also [...] by

Instead of Going to AWP April 3, 2015: Instead of going to AWP, I used my vacation days from work to go to Puerto Rico and it was glorious. Instead of going to AWP, I will show up to work at 8 am each morning and leave at 4:30 pm [...] by

The New Yorker at AWP 2014 March 5, 2014: The New Yorker‘s Sasha Weiss’s AWP wrap-up sheds a little light on the journey to A.W.P., fiction, and the state of publishing. When everyone seated near you on the airplane settles in [...] by

If You Remain Not at a National Book Festival, Look at These Pretty Colors or Something February 28, 2014: While some of you-us-them are “in Seattle,” hhmm, some of us profess our frolic in the unusually frigid locales we call “Etsy” “home.” What’s a poet without [...] by