This week's New Yorker includes a fascinating article on the famed Little House series and its authorship. The article appears to be available only to subscribers or in print, but if you're free at 3 p.m. (ET) today, writer Judith Thurman will be answering questions in a live chat. As of yesterday, the site was accepting questions for Thurman ahead of time.
We might be forgiven for being a little envious of this guy.
You've probably heard about consultants who help students apply to college (which can be a controversial topic, as the response to a recent NYT article recently proved). Now, there's Abramson Leslie Consulting, offering "services for applicants to graduate creative writing programs," provided by recent graduates of the Iowa Writers' Workshop (services are currently limited to applicants in fiction and poetry).
Wednesday, August 05, 2009
The Wednesday Web Browser: On Writers Past, Present, and Future
Posted by Erika D.
Labels: Fiction, MFA, Poetry, Resources, Writing on Writing
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