which your editors present announcements of things literary and not-so-literary,
spanning the globe
Jane Kenyon Poetry Prize
is presented by
the Water~Stone review. First prize, $500; second, $300; third,
$200, plus publication. Judge is Jane Hirshfield. $10 entry fee includes
one-year subscription. The deadline is December 15, 2000. Send up to
3 unpublished poems, 10 pages total, with SASE, to Poetry Prize, Water~Stone,
Graduate Liberal Studies Program, Hamline University, 1536 Hewitt Avenue,
St. Paul, MN 55104-1284.
The Summer Literary Seminars in St. Petersburg, Russia
has a new website: http://www.sumlitsem.com.
This is a 'highly unusual program' is located in one of the world's
most fascinating and literary cities, and features some of the finest
and most accomplished US writers on the faculty and in-residence. Our
program is competitive, but we are always looking nonetheless for new
participants from among the ranks of interesting new writers (and in
general, people keenly interested in literature) of all ages, all levels
of accomplishment, and all walks of life. There is also and upcoming
SLS Writing Contest, which we're announcing this year. Read about it
on our site. Please notify your friends and colleagues about theis program.
Philly-based 30-year-old independent literary magazine, is now an online
publication! New issue has poems from Denise Duhamel and Maureen Seaton,
Ruth Stone, Philip Levine, and many more...check it out at www.webdelsol.com/pbq.
is a bimonthly literary webzine that comes into your town and is here
to party it down. Check it out at www.slope.org.
Darin Strauss' Chang
Denise Duhamel and Maureen Seaton's Oyl.