February News Round-Up

March 1, 2013 by So to Speak
Filed under: Monthly News Round-Up 

As we gear up for AWP Boston, let’s take a moment to celebrate all the tremendous blog posts featured this month by winners of our 2013 writing contests and past StS readers, and of events to look forward to!

On Saturday, March 9, 2013 StS will host an AWP Off-Site Event at Sonsie Restaurant from 3-5 PM with the amazing feminist writers Danielle Pafunda, Lara Glenum, Julie Marie Wade, and Moira Egan. So to Speak turned 21 this year so come have a drink with us and enjoy great feminist writing.

Our brilliant and forward thinking Art Editor, Ceci Cole McInturff, is now accepting art submissions for the 2013 All-Media Visual Art Competition “The Hybrid Book.” Entries should be submitted on-line by April 15, 2013 through our Submissions Manager. Winners will be announced June 1st.  Download the Complete Call Flyer

Read this interview with Sarah Marcus, author of BACKCOUNTRY,  feminist, past StS poetry reader, regular StS guest blogger, teacher, and VIDA Count intern.

Caitlin Cowan author of Every Creeping Thing, StS’s Poetry Runner-Up Winner writes “The Thousand Gestures, or What I Learned from Hagar.”

Lucy Green, author of Melt, StS’s Nonfiction Contest Winner writes “Failing Feminist or Oversimplified Ideology?

Laura Grothaus, author of Baba Yaga in Conversation with her HomeStS’s Poetry runner-up writes “Home, Body, Witches: Laura Grothaus Writes on the Interior Spaces of the Physique.”

Lynn Casteel Harper, author of Playing the Numbers, StS’s nonfiction contest runner-up writes “Feminism, Faith’s Tremendous Ally.”

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