New Online Class!
Meredith Sue Willis's New Online One-Month Class to Start or Re-start Your Writing Project
Monday, June 8, 2015
Monday, June 15, 2015
Monday, June 22, 2015
Monday, June 29, 2015
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New Writing Exercise 4-13-15
It's National Poetry Month! Have You Signed up for Poem-a-Day?
Latest Issue of Books for Readers #176: Robert Gipe, Justin Torres, Marilynne Robinson, Velma Wallis, Larry McMurty, Charlotte Brontë, Henry James, Fumiko Enchi, Shelley Ettinger--and more.
New books from Irene Weinberger Books
Spring 2015 Issue of the Hamilton Stone Review #32
is now available for your reading pleasure!
Poetry by Billy Cancel, Darren C. Demaree, Howie Good, Nels Hanson, Nora Iuga, Seth Jani, Dan Lewis, Kevin McLellan, Kat Meads, Simon Perchik, Erin Redfern, Margaret A. Robinson, Terry Savoie, Elaine Sexton, D.E. Steward, Mark Young, and Lisa Zimmerman; Fiction by Peggy Backman, Dreama Wyant Frisk, Edward Miller, Caleb Okereke, Michael Price, Patty Somlo, Peter Speziale, and Scott Wheatley; Nonfiction by Liza Case, Chelsey Clammer, Reamy Jansen, Dean G. Loumbas, Gregg Orifici, and Steven Roiphe.
Latest issue of Teachers and Writers Magazine now up!
The Decorah (Iowa) eagles have two fuzz-ball babies out of their eggs, and one egg still waiting. Yay Eagles! The sad news is that another of last year's clutch was electrocuted a few weeks ago.
Latest Review of Love Palace -- Read the first chapter of Love Palace.
Try Longreads.com for good long form nonfiction articles
Article about the study of adjective order in English and other languages.
My short story "Sheherezade and Dunzyad" collected in Re-Visions, was translated into Arabic by Mohammad Abd alhalim Khanyam and appeared online in Elaph, republished in AlHilal Magazine (Cairo, Egypt, as a hard copy). It was used in a comparative literature class at Kuwait University, and the professor tells me that the students are impressed to see the influence of their culture on American literature in the twenty first century.
Scholarly article on Oradell at Sea: “A life of ‘Unfinished Business’: Cursed Inheritance and Blessed Heritage in Meredith Sue Willis’s Oradell at Sea” by Sarah Dufaure in Thy Truth Then Be Thy Dowry: Questions of Inheritance in American Women’s Literature, Stéphanie Durrans (ed.), Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014, pp. 199-211.
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