1 edition of young writers" summer anthology 2001. found in the catalog.
young writers" summer anthology 2001.
by Just Write! .
Written in English
ISBN on book: 0952886658.
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Students are introduced to several types of writing and may also specialize in poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and memoir. At the end of the institute, participants choose their favorite pieces for publication in an anthology of the Institute.
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The book is a companion to Forché’s landmark anthology, Against Forgetting: Twentieth-Century Poetry of Witness.
Forché, winner of the Academy of American Poets Fellowship for “distinguished poetic achievement,” is also the author of the collections, The Country Between Us (), The Angel of History (), and Blue Hour ().
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These visitors will be able to make observations at U.S. Antarctic Program stations and research camps and in wilderness areas. Selections from the students’ work are annually published in a bound anthology and online. Link: Young Voices: Summer Anthology of Student Work. Admission to the Young Writers Institute is limited, competitive, and open to high school students (grades ).
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Rebecca Wolff’s first book, Manderley, was chosen by Robert Pinsky for the National Poetry Series, and was published by the University of Illinois Press in Her second book, Figment, won the Barnard Women Poets Prize and was published by W.W. Norton and Co. in the spring of She has received fellowships from the Iowa Writers.
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Anthology authors are a diverse group, young and old, new writers and much-published veterans. SDWI receives numerous submissions each summer; A Year in Ink follows a blind submission process; authors are not identified until the selection process ends.
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