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Join The Poets Corner to hear poetry from four women’s voices. Megan Grumbling will be reading from Persephone in the Late Anthropocene, along with: Andrea Ballou Read (Poetry, June 2015)Anne Riesenberg (Nonfiction)Abby Flanagan Andrea Read’s poems have appeared […]

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Join the Writers’ Room of Boston to welcome Robin Lippincott and Amy Yelin (Nonfiction, June 2005) for the next event in their reading series. This event is free and open to all, hosted on Crowdcast. Amy Yelin is a versatile wordsmith whose articles, […]
Sara Farizan’s (WFYP, January 2012) YA novel, If You Could Be Mine, has been listed by Time Magazine as one of the 100 best YA books of all time. KB Ballantine (Poetry, June 2017) has a poem “One […]

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The Long Field burrows deep into the Welsh countryside to tell how this small country became a big part of an American writer’s life. Petro twines her story around that of Wales by viewing both through the lens […]
Mary Ann Honaker (Poetry, June 2016) has two new poems out: “Wisconsin Hunters Kill Over 200 Wolves in Less Than Three Days” in Poets Reading the News and “Catalogue of Melancholia” in Nixes Mate. Deborah Sosin (Nonfiction, January […]
Liz Shick’s (Fiction, January 2019) novel, The Golden Land, has been awarded the 2021 AWP Prize for the Novel and will be published by New Issues Press.  Olivia Thomes (Poetry, June 2019) is launching a new online publication, Hare’s […]

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A 2-day generative writing workshop with teachers Novuyo Masakhane (Fiction, January 2021) and Leah Young (Nonfiction, January 2018). July 17-18 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. each day. Day 1 Saturday: We will focus on comparing and contrasting […]

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Listed below are several opportunities for submissions, residence programs, workshops, and awards for BIPOC writers. If you think you or someone you know may be eligible, please check out the links provided. the other side of hope is […]

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Enzo Surin Silon’s (Poetry, 2012) collection from Black Lawrence Press, When My Body Was A Clinched Fist, has been longlisted for the 21st Annual Massachusetts Book Awards in the Poetry category and is a “Must Read.” Steven Cramer’s […]
We at Cambridge Common Writers are pleased to welcome you to view the recording of our latest Alumni Reading at the Lesley MFA in Creative Writing program’s June residency. Featured Readers: Diane Griffin (Nonfiction, January 2018) Patty Pearson […]
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