A celebration of the 2020 Writing Fellows

News October 29, 2020

Katie Foster, Rosemarie Ho, and Crawford Hunt read from their 2020 fellowship stories. Followed by a conversation with Managing Editor Megan Cummins about their writing process, working with an editor, and what to expect when starting out on the publication journey. There will be a Q+A at the end of the evening, for questions about applying to the 2021 Writing Fellowships. The event is free and open to all. Register here.

Event Details
Monday, November 9, 2020
7:30 p.m. ET
Online on Zoom
Register here. Details for accessing the online event will be sent via email. Please note a free Zoom account is required to access the event.

Questions? Write to megan@apublicspace.org.

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