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Post-Thanksgiving Link Dump

First, from the Network: The 2011 Rose Post Creative Nonfiction Competition is now accepting submissions.  Jay Varner is this year’s judge. The 2011 Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize will begin accepting submissions on Wednesday, December 1.  Martin Clark is this year’s judge. I know it’s been a long, long while, but we finally have a new […]

Go Here! Go Now!

Personally, I find it hard to believe that we’re already in the second half of June, but it’s harder to argue with the calendar.  That means we’re rapidly approaching the registration deadline for the 2010 Squire Summer Writing Residency.  Don’t forget that the Residency is the only Network get-together with a cap on registrants, and […]

Write That New South!

At long last, Writing the New South is back from hiatus with an essay by Bob McCarthy.  I hope you’ll all check it out soon.  Look for the next new WNS posting in about two weeks. With Writing the New South back in action, we thought it would be a good idea to remind everyone […]

Quick Updates

The Network offices will be closed tomorrow, April 10.  We’ll be open again on Monday, April 13. Of course, even though the office is closed, you can still register online for the 2009 Spring Conference – and I suggest you do so soon, since several of the workshops are close to capacity. The latest post […]

A Knight in the Network?

In case you haven’t seen it yet, David Radavich’s poem “Airstrike” is this week’s posting on Writing the New South.  This poem is a fine example of what can be created when a writer turns his or her imagination on the wider world (I’m assuming that Radavich has never actually been in an airstrike). We […]