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Discover Inspiring Memoirs from The Regina Collection
The Regina Collection offers a series of beautiful books, written by authors who have been caught in social and political circumstances beyond their control. Explore inspiring stories from boundary-defying writers in this special collection of memoirs. Visit www.nyupress.org/the-regina-collection to browse the series.
Queer Writer & Voices of Color Fellowships & Annual Writing Contest: February & March Deadlines
The MVICW Voices of Color Fellowships, Queer Writers Fellowships for LGBTQ+ writers, and Annual Contest are now open! Winners receive full registration/lodging at The MVICW Summer Writers’ Conference on the island of Martha’s Vineyard! Application Deadline: Febraury 14, 2020 (Voices of Color), February 28, 2020 (Queer-Writer Fellowships); March 20, 2020 (Annual Contest). www.mvicw.com
Spend the first week of summer on the St. Mary’s River! The 9th Annual Chesapeake Writers’ Conference offers an immersive experience featuring daily workshops with accomplished faculty in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and songwriting; a diverse schedule of craft talks, lectures, panels, and readings; a youth workshop for high school students; and a Teachers’ Seminar for educators. All levels welcome. www.smcm.edu/events/chesapeake-writers-conference/
upstreet seeks fiction & creative nonfiction
Submissions open September 1 – March 1 annually. We invite you to submit your fiction and creative nonfiction to upstreet, an award-winning literary journal based in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. We do not consider unsolicited poetry submissions at this time. Fiction and nonfiction pieces must be 5,000 words or less. Payment upon publication. Decision notifications will be made via email by mid-May. www.upstreet-mag.org
Write fantasy, science fiction, or horror? Odyssey is one of the most highly regarded workshops in the world for writers of the fantastic. Guest lecturers include top writers, editors, and agents. Fifty-nine percent of graduates are professionally published, and among graduates are New York Times bestsellers, Amazon bestsellers, and award winners. Application deadline is April 1 for the 2020 workshop taking place June 1 to July 10 in Manchester, New Hampshire. odysseyworkshop.org