-Member Event: Writing Workshops for Women with Kate Gleason

Writing From Your Inner Voice
Writing Workshops for Women

Fall 2018 10-Week Sessions:
Wed. mornings, 9am-12pm in Swanzey, NH, 9/12 – 11/14. 10 wks: $250
Thurs. mornings, 10am-1:15 pm in Peterborough, 9/13 – 11/15. 10 wks: $250.
(some financial aid available)

Writers Submit: Submitting, Editing, & Manuscript Organizing Services

For more info, contact Kate at (603) 358-6973 or kategleason@myfairpoint.net

Workshops
Kate Gleason is the author of a full-length collection of poetry, Measuring the Dark (selected by Phillis Levin as the winner of the 2008 First Book Award at Zone 3 Press), and three chapbooks of poetry, most recently Reading Darwin While My Father Dies (Anabiosis Press), and is working on a novel. Her work has appeared in Best American Poetry, Verse Daily, The Southern Review, Notre Dame Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Los Angeles Times Book Review, Green Mountains Review, Crab Orchard Review, Cimarron Review, Rattle, The Spoon River Poetry Review, Ekphrasis, Sonora Review, Worcester Review, Boomer Girls (Univ. of Iowa Press), Claiming the Spirit Within (Beacon Press), and elsewhere. She is a recipient of writing fellowships from the NEA (in conjunction with the Ragdale Foundation artist’s colony), the Vermont Studio Center, and the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts. Formerly the editor of Peregrine literary journal and a poet in the schools, she teaches writing workshops modeled after the Amherst Writers and Artist process, which she studied with Pat Schneider for seven years and has taught for over 20 years. She also runs Writers Submit, a literary editing and submitting service.

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