“A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.” — Virginia Woolf
As my Bennington MFA cohort steps into the post-grad unknown, a perennial question is raised: how do we writers create our art and make a living?
On Friday, June 4th, 2021, as part of our final graduate residency in creative writing, alum Christopher Frizzelle (MFA ’17) gave a Zoom lecture on “Literary Entrepreneurship,” walking us through his journey as creator of the Silent Reading Party and private book clubs. Frizzelle says he followed his bliss though it made no sense…
Literary Resource List for Writers (revised 7.8.18) by Stacey Resnikoff
1. Finding lit mags to publish your fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction
First, valuable insight from Becky Tuch, the founding editor of The Review Review: 8 Reasons Your Submission Strategy Sucks. Now begin:
Duotrope (note: costs $5/month or $50 annually, free 7-day trial)
I write things.