Creative Writing News Week of March 19

Creative Writing News Week of March 19

Wyoming is a poor state that exports talent. Will that ever change? Nathan Martin | High Country News “(Wyoming is) a poor, friendly, hard-working state that exports everything, especially talent. The state leaks brain power like thin tea through a colander.” Read more: https://www.hcn.org/issues/50.5/young-wyomingites-swim-against-the-current 10+ Witty Webcomics You Should Read Read more…

Creative Writing News Week of March 12

Creative Writing News Week of March 12

“Authors, as role models, can be transformative”: Pop Up Projects on engaging kids with books Molly Flatt | The Bookseller Children are not, should not have to be and perhaps never were passive listeners, sitting quietly while the novelist reads at them. This is a noisy, intertextual world, and at Read more…

Creative Writing News Week of March 5

Creative Writing News Week of March 5

Egyptian writers use history to highlight the present Muhammed Magdy | Al-Monitor Abdulatif, 39, who wrote “Hossn al-Turab” (“The Earthen Fortress”), is already known in the literary world as a prominent Spanish translator. He said that working as a translator had enabled him to learn new skills that helped him as Read more…

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