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WRITING CONFERENCE at Binghampton

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  • Peter Murphy
    WRITING CONFERENCE in BinghamptonWRITING BY DEGREES: The All-Graduate National Creative Writing Conference   October 7-9, 2004 Decker Arts and Cultural
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 3, 2004
      WRITING CONFERENCE in Binghampton

      WRITING BY DEGREES: The All-Graduate National Creative Writing
      Conference
       
      October 7-9, 2004
      Decker Arts and Cultural Center
      31 Front Street, Binghamton, NY, 13905
       
      With Keynote Speakers:
      LEE K. ABBOTT, SASCHA FEINSTEIN & And Binghamton's Creative Writing
      Program Director MARIA MAZZIOTTI GILLAN
       
      Plus:
      workshops led by Lee K. Abbott and Sascha Feinstein, graduate readings
      from all genres, panels and discussions on creative non-fiction and memoir=
      ,
      jazz poetry, literary journals, the creative writing job market, and creat=
      ive
      writing pedagogy.
       
      Registration begins at 12:00pm, Thursday, October 7th, at the Decker Arts
      and Cultural Center, 31 Front Street, in Binghamton, New York.  Writing by=

      Degrees is a FREE event!
       
      This event is funded in part by Binghamton University, Poets & Writers, and=

      Canson Publishers. For more information see our website: http://
      writingbydegrees.binghamton.edu
      or email: wbdegree@...


      LEE K. ABBOTT is the author of seven collections of short fiction, includin=
      g
      Space, Time, and Massy Earth: New and Selected Stories (Norton 2004), the
      St. Lawrence Award-winning The Heart Never Fits Its Wanting and the highly =

      praised Love Is the Crooked Thing, Abbott's stories have appeared
      everywhere from The Atlantic to The Georgia Review, Story Quarterly, and
      The Best American Short Stories.
       
      SASCHA FEINSTEIN is the author of Misterioso (Copper Canyon), which won
      the 2000 Hayden Carruth Prize.  With Yusef Komunyakaa, he co-edited Jazz
      Poetry Anthology and The Second Set. He teaches at Lycoming College
      where he edits Brilliant Corners: A Journal of Jazz and Literature.
       
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