2018 AWP Writers Conference in Tampa

Event Date: 
Thursday, March 8, 2018 – Saturday, March 10, 2018 
Location: 
Tampa Convention Center
& Marriott Tampa Waterside

The Common will host a booth at AWP 2018 from March 8–March 10. Visit us at Table T726. At our table, we will be selling issues, asking people to fill up our map of favorite book locations, and holding a raffle to win a lifetime subscription to The Common! Visit Table T726 to enter.

We hope you can join us for a Mingle – see details below!

AWP Mingle Invite

Literary Mingle & Drinks:

8-10pm: Join The Common, New Directions, The New York Review of Books, and Archipelago Books on Thursday night for drinks at the “Boston Bar” location of Fly Bar & Restaurant in Tampa!  Join the Facebook event.

2018 AWP Writers Conference in Tampa

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