#9 - Susan Settlemyre Williams
#10 - Suzanne Frischkorn
More in a couple weeks...
I'm now super disappointed I'm not going to AWP. I was asked to read with the folks below, but since I won't be there, I unfortunately won't be reading. Should be great. Make sure you're there if you're going to AWP.
Here's the post from Steve Schroeder's blog:
AWP Offsite ReadingAnti- and diode are happy to announce the co-sponsoring of an offsite reading at the 2009 AWP Conference in Chicago. The reading will be Friday, February 13th at 7 PM in Curtiss Hall on the 10th floor of the Fine Arts Building at 410 S. Michigan Avenue (just a couple blocks from the conference hotel).
Jake Adam York
G. C. Waldrep
Steven D. Schroeder
Lee Ann Roripaugh
Food and wine of some kind will be provided. Much gratitude to Patty Paine for doing most of the heavy lifting to organize this event, to the Fine Arts Building for providing space, and to the readers.
Huge congratulations to Nicky Beer, whose first book, The Diminishing House, will be published by Carnegie Mellon University Press in early 2010.
I've been a fan of Nicky's work for a while now, and anticipated great things happening for her.
Now she has a Ruth Lilly fellowship and a first book on the way.
Sometimes I do actually know what I'm talking about...
I've been on a documentary kick lately, and I plan to keep devouring them.
I don't feel like writing much about each one, but all of these are more than worth seeing: The Gits, Man on Wire, and American Teen.
Applications are almost done. I can't believe it.
Also I can't believe that applying to 8 schools will end up costing around $1000 when all is said and done.
Hopefully it'll all be worth it in the end.