Tag: self-taught MFA

Navigating Lit Mags: Why and Where to Publish – guest blog rewind by Bernard Grant

Navigating the world of literary magazines was difficult for me in the beginning. I initially set out to publish anywhere, so desperate for publication, I actually Googled easiest literary magazines to the publish in, or something to that extent, and came across visual and literary artist's Michael Alexander […]

Navigating Lit Mags: Why and Where to Publish – guest blog post by Bernard Grant

Navigating the world of literary magazines was difficult for me in the beginning. I initially set out to publish anywhere, so desperate for publication, I actually Googled easiest literary magazines to the publish in, or something to that extent, and came across visual and literary artist's Michael Alexander […]

Your Writing Voice: The Tools of the Trade – guest blog post by Windy Lynn Harris

We hear the word “voice" a lot in appraisals of writing. The term can be confusing. You might hear, “Aden's voice is just so original!" or “The voice of this piece really punched me in the gut." These are terrific compliments, but what exactly is voice? Most commonly, […]

See your name listed online with other poets on Poets & Writers and Winning Writers!

Looking for ways to promote your writing and get your name out there? I recently was listed with two major writing resource sites: – My listing on Poets & Writers – My listings on Winning Writers:  Markets and Contests for Writers Recommended Authors (pg 2) If you are […]

See your name listed online with other poets on Poets & Writers and Winning Writers!

Looking for ways to promote your writing and get your name out there? I recently was listed with two major writing resource sites: – My listing on Poets & Writers – My listings on Winning Writers:  Markets and Contests for Writers Recommended Authors (pg 2) If you are […]

Making Your Way in Poetry without an MFA–guest blog post by Sonja Johanson

My first morning at Bread Loaf, our workshop leader asked if everyone was familiar with the Iowa workshop model. I raised my hand. “I've never taken any kind writing class or workshop in my life, so you can safely assume you need to explain everything to me." She […]

See your name listed online on Poets & Writers and Winning Writers!

Looking for ways to promote your writing and get your name out there? I recently was listed with two major writing resource sites: – My listing on Poets & Writers – My listings on Winning Writers:  Markets and Contests for Writers Recommended Authors If you are listed on […]

See your name listed online on Poets & Writers and Winning Writers!

Looking for ways to promote your writing and get your name out there? I recently was listed with two major writing resource sites: – My listing on Poets & Writers – My listings on Winning Writers:  Markets and Contests for Writers Recommended Authors If you are listed on […]

Anything and everything poetry–check out this extensive resource on textetc.com

This poetry site has everything! Set aside some time to browse textetc.com and it’s in depth listings, resources, workshop exercises, and more. The Resources page alone can keep you intrigued for hours. It includes detailed pages devoted to the following topics: Poetry Online – ezine directories and other […]

FREE Online Experimental Writing Project from the OSU-Cascades Collective

Previous fellow student and friend of mine, Austin Anderson, recently shared an intriguing writing experiment project his MFA creative writing group is conducting this summer. We are Plenum, the website for the inaugural cohort of OSU-Cascades Collective, a brave new world in low-residency MFA creative writing adventures. This site is where […]

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