The Chronicle of Higher Educationruns an in-depth Q&A with editor Jennifer Acker that describes why we’re uncommon, the inner workings of the journal, and how we’ll negotiate print and digital publishing.
STEPHEN HAVEN Near the end of six weeks teaching at Chongqing University, I met off-campus with three “young” poets, Fan Bei, Bai Yue, and Zhou Bin, all of them in their late thirties or early forties. Li Yongyi set up the meeting in a Chongqing bookstore.
JAMIE QUATRO The Stay-at-Home Writer: An Anatomy. 1. Take children to school. Drive through Starbucks on the way home. Halfway through Venti latte, realize: a) you are about to sit down in your office/guest room and write The Scene that will make editors salivate for not only this story, but for all your future stories; b) you might be the best writer who ever lived; c) you look good without make-up.
Event Date: Thursday, March 1, 2012 – 3:00pm – 4:15pm Location: Lake Michigan, Hilton Chicago, 8th floor Jen Acker–along with Jay Baron Nicorvo and Don Lee–will take part in this panel discussion at the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP) Literary Publishers Conference at Association of Writers and Poets, Lake Michigan, Hilton Chicago, 8th