Conversations and Connections Philadelphia 2012

Event Date: 
Saturday, September 22, 2012 – 8:30am5:30pm

The Common will be one of the featured journals at this year’s Conversations and Connections Conference, held for the first time In Philadelphia, PA. Organized by Barrelhouse, a DC based literary magazine and arts organization, the conference brings together an eclectic mix of writers, editors, and publishers for an all day event of panel discussions, craft workshops, guest speakers, including keynote Stewart O’Nan and featured panelists Ken Kalfus, Paul Lisicky, Don Lee, Katie Ford, Josh Emmons, Laura van den Berg, and Andrew Ervin. Among the other participating journals are Artichoke Haircut, Barrelhouse, the Believer, Big Lucks, StoryQuarterly, Gigantic Sequins, Painted Bride Quarterly, Cobalt, Eyeshot, Philadelphia Stories, Three Quarters Review, and Northville Review.

Click here to learn more about the conference, what it offers to budding and experienced writers alike, and how to register.

Conversations and Connections Philadelphia 2012

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