She is particularly interested in how people use reading to shape themselves and their world. Currently, she's working on a project about narratives of addiction Jessie Chaffee Author. She was awarded a Fulbright grant to Italy to complete the novel and was the writer-in-residence at Florence University of the Arts. Dennis Norris II Writer. Saturday September 7, am - pm Founders Hall. You may even catch yourself missing them, as if a dear friend had abruptly left your life. Creating unforgettable characters is a skill that authors deliberately hone.
There is as much practical application involved in crafting them as there is enigmatic art. The authors on this panel share how they set out to create characters that linger long after we close our books. Moderators A. Ahmad Author.
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I am novelist. I would love to talk about my book, the writing life, swimming pools, parenting, cats, unlikeable narrators, etc. Tope Folarin Writer. He won the Caine Prize for African Writing in , and was shortlisted once again in He was also recently named to the Africa39 list of the most promising African writers under He was educated at Morehouse Stephanie Jimenez Author. Stephanie Jimenez is a former Fulbright recipient.
She is based in Queens, New York. Her fiction and non-fiction have appeared in the Guardian, O! Saturday September 7, am - pm To approach it with their sharp sense of what the marketplace wants. Emily Griffin is an Executive Editor at the Harper division of HarperCollins, where she acquires fiction and a small list of non-fiction projects.
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Connor Goldsmith Agent, Fuse. Connor Goldsmith began his career in publishing in at Lowenstein Associates and joined Fuse in early Saturday September 7, am - pm Maroney Theater. Very well then I contradict myself. A poem can bear the weight of internal contradictions like no other form. Moderators Ricardo Maldonado Poet and translator.
Ricardo Alberto Maldonado was born and raised in Puerto Rico. Yanyi is a writer and critic. No two novels can be built exactly the same, which is what makes them so difficult, but they do function with the same physics, so to speak. Speakers Ted Thompson Author. Saturday September 7, am - pm 6th Floor Lounge. Lunch Join fellow panelists and attendees for lunch in the cafeteria on the first floor. We'll be serving sandwiches, pizza, and side salads, with gluten-free and vegan options available.
Saturday September 7, pm - pm Cafeteria. Saturday September 7, pm - pm Founders Hall. Feature Talk: Authors in Conversation Join the acclaimed authors of two of the most buzzed about books of for an intimate conversation about their life and work. Mira Jacob, author of Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations , and T Kira Madden, author of the memoir Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls , will discuss the challenges of writing unflinchingly about themselves and their family, and talking truth to power in regards to race, gender, and sexuality in American culture. They'll share their publishing paths, from journaling and doodling as young adults, to shaping their life's story for readers in their formally inventive books.
We'll talk about the importance of cultivating a professional and creative support network and finding the right editor, and they'll share advice on how to deal with the demands of today's nonstop, social media-saturated environment. Her writing T Kira Madden Author, Bloomsbury. Writer, photographer, and amateur magician. Feature Talk.
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How much do they really care about your prior bylines? And do certain kinds of publications carry more weight with publishers than others? Should you focus on getting smaller pieces published before you try pitching your book? These agents will help you strategize a publishing plan that will help ease the stress. She spent eleven years as an editor at Random House and Penguin, where she helped launch the careers of several first-time nonfiction authors.
She lives in New Jersey, halfway between the city and the sea, with her Saturday September 7, pm - pm Some writers revisit favorite books to rouse their creativity, while others, like Zadie Smith, turn to alternate genres. Loan Le is an assistant editor at Atria Books. Her areas of interest include quietly sharp literary fiction, historical fiction, and psychological thrillers, particularly stories that have misfit characters, dark atmospheres, and a blend of reality and the unreal.
She is also the Caleb Crain Writer. Caleb Crain's new novel, Overthrow, is out now from Viking. Robert Haller is a writer based in upstate New York. A small-town ensemble narrative centered around an evangelical church, the novel deals with themes of identity, religion, race and desire.
Haller's short stories have appeared Hannah Lillith Assadi Author. Hannah Lillith Assadi was raised in Arizona and lives in Brooklyn.
Monique Truong Author. Saturday September 7, pm - pm Maroney Theater. Whether writing historical fiction, memoir, or even science fiction, research can help you to think through the textures of world, character, structures of power, and culture.xn--12c7b7afq2el.net/includes/2020-02-25/187-horaire-rencontre-xv.php
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This workshop will explore some techniques for conducting that research, using research to generate ideas for creative work, and integrating information into your manuscript. Saturday September 7, pm - pm 6th Floor Lounge. As readers, anthologies let us hear from writers we admire and discover new voices within the same volume.
And as emerging writers, an anthology can be where we first see our work in print. In this talk, anthologists discuss their experience of curating a community into one book. Learn how to discover new opportunities to contribute to anthologies, the process of creating one, and how this essential format is critical to the literary canon.
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She is the author of Woke Currently, she is an M. Bushra Rehman Co-editor Colonize This! Young Women of Color on Today's Feminism.
Bushra Rehman is a poet, novelist and teaching artist. Saturday September 7, pm - pm St. Then she spent over five years revising it. Marlon James has four to five years between each of his four novels. Writing and publishing a book takes time. Join a group of authors as they share the steps they took to getting publish, what surprises they encountered, and how the journey affected their craft.
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He has been published in Medium, Brooklyn Magazine, Slice Malcolm Hansen was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Malcolm left home as a teenager and, after two years of high school education, went to Stanford, earning a BA in He has received fellowships in fiction writing from the New York Foundation for the Arts and the MacDowell Colony, and currently splits time between Bangkok and Yes, we need agents and editors and accountability partners.
But most authors will tell you they also offer their gratitude to the many nonprofit organizations devoted to helping writers on their path to getting published. Meet the community organizers who are pivotal to the book world, and learn how they can help you on your journey. He has given presentations and appeared on a number of panels on Tanya M. Beltran is a New York City native fighting for writers' rights.