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Elly Bookman in The New Yorker

Congratulations to one of our founding members of Tate Street, Elly Bookman, who had her first poem published in The New Yorker! Read “Privilege” by Bookman, and sift through her work on [...]

Tate Street Podcast

  • Crystal Simone Smith, poet and Managing Editor of Backbone Press, discusses her new chapbook, “Running Music” (Longleaf Press, 2014) which explores her experiences as a runner, family, and grief. As one who began writing professionally as an adult, Smith says, “It’s never too late to find poetry.” [...]

Three-Sentence Reviews

Writing Advice with Julia Patt

  • Happy Friday, novelists! I hope you had successful weeks. Once again, we will be delving into the different techniques we use when writing novels. Now you may have been wondering in our discussion of time last week: what about flashbacks? Or flash forwards? How are the events of my novel best arranged? Should they only proceed in sequential order? Or in other words: what should the structure of my novel be? [...]

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