Interested in meeting the editors and learning more about Tahoma Literary Review at AWP? We may not have a book fair booth, but there are still plenty of opportunities to connect with us at the conference:
Northwest Institute of Literary Arts Reception
Thursday, February 27, 7:00 pm
Capitol Hill Room at the Sheraton
This is your chance to meet Poetry Editor Kelly Davio and Fiction Editor Joe Ponepinto, along with Jane Friedman and Manjula Martin of Scratch Magazine, and learn more about Northwest Institute of Literary Arts MFA program, a major sponsor of this year’s AWP conference. There will be drinks, raffles, pop-up readings, and a general good time for all.
Stoking the Fire: Maintaining the Passion for Writing When Success Eludes
Friday, February 28, 9:00am
Room 101, Western New England MFA Annex, Level 1
This panel features four writers, including Fiction Editor Joe Ponepinto, who have created writing lives and have maintained their artistic focus while dealing with rejection, lack of community, post-MFA depression, all while juggling responsibilities of family and day jobs.
Accessibility, approachability, and openness are key components of our philosophy at TLR, and as such, we invite writers to come chat with us. Have questions about our business model? Want to talk about payment for writers in the literary publishing world? Want to talk aesthetics? Just want to say hi? Meet Joe and Kelly in the Sheraton’s Daily Grill Bar at 4:30 on Friday, February 28.