AWP Essentials

Dear Ploughshares,

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!

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About Miriam Cook

Miriam Cook is the Marketing Assistant at Ploughshares and an MFA in Fiction candidate at Emerson College. Prior to joining the Ploughshares staff, she earned a BA in English at Whitman College and worked as a Program Coordinator at NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network.
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