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E6 Guest: Tate Street Reviews Editor, Greg Brown
The Association of Writers and Writing Programs is a premier annual event with over 12,000 attendees. This year’s conference will include over 2,000 presenters and over 550 readings, panels and craft lectures. The accompanying bookfair hosts over 700 exhibitors consisting of presses, journals and literary organizations from all over the world.
Join our regular host, Abigail Browning, and our Reviews Editor, Greg Brown, to hear what Tate Street has in store for this year’s show as well as some hints and tips for new attendees.
Most importantly, if you’ll be at the AWP conference, come see us at booth #1512, and get an overview here.
Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP): https://www.awpwriter.org
AWP Conference: https://www.awpwriter.org/awp_conference/
Elly Bookman’s Review of Citizen: An American Lyric, by Claudia Rankine: https://tatestreet.org/2015/02/23/a-script-for-all-citizens-citizen-an-american-lyric-by-claudia-rankine/
Tate Street activities at AWP 2015: https://tatestreet.org/2015/03/31/partnership-with-pinsky-favorite-poem-project-at-awp-2015/
- Partnership with Robert Pinksy’s Favorite Poem Project
- Question of the Day: #TateStreetQOTD
- Book Reviews
- Meet Tate Street staff:
- Abigail Browning, Managing Editor, Podcast Producer and Podcast Host
- Greg Brown: Reviews Editor
- Ray Crampton: Podcast Producer and Business Director
About: In the Margins
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