What if I want all my AWP Boston advice and recommendations gathered in one place? You’ve published five posts so far, and that’s a little overwhelming. What’s a conference attendee to do?
Sincerely, Concerned Attendee
Well, AWP attendee, look no further. Here, for your reading convenience, is a roundup of our AWP focused posts and more from around the web. Stop by the Ploughshares booth (213) in the Book Fair to say hi!
- Get advice on how to make the most of AWP in “The AWP13 Post You’ve Been Waiting For,” featuring contributions by The Collagist, Kenyon Review, New England Review, The Review Review, Barrelhouse, and Paper Darts.
- Still have questions? Try this list of AWP FAQs from Tin House.
- Find out where to write, and where to drink (in a classy, literary way) in our Boston Litboroughs blog post Part 1 and Part 2.
- Feeling stuck inside the convention center? Get out and about with Megan Marshall’s Literary Boston walking tour.
- Can get enough of these literary Boston recommendations? Check out this Literary Boston post by The Loft Literary Center.
- Don’t miss these Ploughshares sessions and readings at AWP featuring our editors and guest editor Major Jackson.
- Grub Street, our neighbor here in Boston, has their own guide to sessions (with scoring): The Grubbie Guide to AWP 2013.
- If you are especially interested in nonfiction, you might like Brevity Magazine’s Handy Guide to Nonfiction Panels.