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FDU MFA Alum Heather Lang to Moderate AWP16 Panel

One by One: Editors Explore Single-Story and Single-Poem Issues Heather Lang, Elizabeth Bradfield, MRB Chelko, Jennifer Tappenden, Jane-Rebecca Cannarella There is a submovement in contemporary independent press publication toward single-author issues, and this panel explores the causes and effects. Discussion points may include the vast number of...

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FDU MFA Faculty to Present at AWP16: Learning the Craft of Children’s Literature in an Adult World

Learning the Craft of Children’s Literature in an Adult World Eliot Schrefer, Donna Freitas, Rebecca Chace, Kathi Appelt, Rene Steinke As more writing programs add children’s and YA tracks within larger pools of MFA students, it’s not easy to figure out how best to teach—and learn—the craft...

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FDU MFA Faculty & TLR Editor Minna Proctor Moderates Translation Panel at ALTA

ALTA38: Reviewing Translation, 10/29/2015 A panel of reviewers and magazine editors discuss the processes behind whether or not a book in translation gets reviewed and some of the complications in reviewing international literature. They share practical solutions for improving the chances of getting a title reviewed,...

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02 Dec 2015 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Faculty Advice, faculty news, Video, Worth Watching no comments

Panel Discussion: Publishing and Prejudice

Lydia Millet, 2013 visiting writer to the MFA, participated in a panel discussion on the subject of "sexism in the literary world." Follow the link below to read the entire discussion. http://brooklynbased.com/blog/2013/11/15/publishing-and-prejudice-5-female-writers-weigh-in-on-sexism-in-the-literary-world/...

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18 Nov 2013 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Uncategorized no comments