Gathered by Mandi Casolo
If you like Henry Miller and long-winded metaphors that liken writing to journeys, roads, paths, and the polarization of paradise and hell, you might enjoy The Wisdom of the Heart.
The elusive agent: ever so mysterious and unreachable. Six months passes after you’ve submitted a proposal and still no word. You don’t want to be a nag but the anticipation is corroding your health. Is it time to query? Agent advice from PJ Mark of Janklow & Nesbit Associates.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) are all the rage in education if you don’t mind sharing an instructor with 36,000 other students. MOOCs are for when you have too much time on your hands and you’d like to learn something without the pressure of a grade. Harvard, Princeton, Yale and Stanford are all opening their doors to knowledge so you can take Ivy courses without the price tag or admissions competition. Elliot Holt of The Poetry Foundation reviews a modern American poetry MOOC.
There’s quite a bit of stigma that revolves around online literary magazines, but before you write them off or submit to all of them, educate yourself.
Local to the Front Range? Come hear, tonight, the works of three Colorado State University graduate students: Dan Moore, Tim Orme and Dennis Lee. The reading promises to induce romping laughter.