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Pandemic Pen Pals
Page One • Where New And Noteworthy Books Begin
Writers Confront Climate Crisis
Diversity Efforts Lead to Salary Hikes
Small Press Points
Girmay Edits BOA Selections
The Time Is Now Writing Prompts and Exercises
A Room of (Almost) My Own • FINDING SPACE, AND PERMISSION, TO WRITE
New Ways of Surviving • WRITING THROUGH A GLOBAL PANDEMIC
What We Ought to Do THE SONG OF IMBOLO MBUE
CRAFT therapy • IN HER THIRD BOOK, THE ESSAY COLLECTION GIRLHOOD, PUBLISHED BY BLOOMSBURY IN MARCH, MELISSA FEBOS TRANSFORMS SCARS INTO MEDITATIONS ON CULTURE AND PSYCHOLOGY.
SHARING SPACE, WRITING TOGETHER • FROM CONFERENCES TO WRITING GROUPS, HOW WRITERS ARE FINDING REAL CONNECTION DURING AN UNREAL TIME
THE ROAD AHEAD • Uncertainty and Resiliency at Writers Conferences and Retreats
PANDEMIC WRITING GROUP • Finding Creativity, Community, and Play
Resources for Writers in Need of Connection
Revising the Dream
Conferences & Residencies
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