Reviews Editor Camille-Yvette Welsch went to AWP 2015 to confer about the VIDA numbers, and she left inspired for change.
If you’re still finding it difficult to imagine the energy released by 12,000 people in one facility, I encourage you to picture one word: hunger.
Permission to tell my “I story” “IIIIIIII…” the packed room of mostly women sang in unison, conducted by one of my favorite authors, Lidia Yuknavitch. “I want you to be crazy brave…” she’d said in a session titled “Breaking the …
Literary Mama reader Jeanne Lyet Gassman shares all her ups and downs of her many visits to AWP.
Read Poetry Editorial Assistant Erin Rodoni’s experience with AWP in the past, and what she is looking forward to at this year’s conference.
The Association of Writer’s and Writing Programs (AWP) Annual Conference will be held in Minneapolis, MN April 8-11, 2015. Literary Mama wants to help you make the most of it! In the months leading up to the conference, and also during it, …
In this AWP 2015 post, former Literary Mama Editor-In-Chief Caroline Grant offers the Dos and Don’ts of attending a conference.