Literary events in and around Philly this week!
Tags: Aleasha Watson Mitchell, Alina Macneal, Alyson Adler, Anton Yakovlev, Barb Daniels, Betti Kahn, Blanche Brown, bryan washington, Bud Smith, C.M. Crockford, Deidra Greenleaf Allan, Emily Jane Fox, James Ijames, Jennifer Hook, Krisann Janowitz, Liz Barr, Meg Pendoley, Mikayla Morell, Minna Duchovnay, Misty Rosso, Nathaniel Popkin, Nina Schafer, Notable Philadelphia, Nyeree Boyadjian, Philadelphia, Rick Mullen, Sandra Chaff, Sophia Ogden, Steve Burke, Tracy K Smith, Warren C. Longmire, Zoe Darazsdi
Literary events and readings in and around Philadelphia this week!
Tags: Amy Saul-Zerby, Angelo Colavita, Anne-Adele Wight, Asali Solomon, Ash Strange, Betsy Herbert, Bob Raymonda, Boston Gordon, Chibundu Onuzo, Christina Manolatos, Christine Kendall, Christpher DiCicco, D. Ted Tarnovski, Doogie Horner, Elisabeth Jaquette, Emily Wilson, Faye Chevalier, Gabriela Basyuk, Gage Mondok, Greg Laynor, HIlary Plum, Jacob Russell, Jaime Fountaine, James Ijames, Joohyun Kim, Joseph Osmundson, Josh Dale, Kailey Tedesco, Kayleb Rae Candrilli, kristen arnett, Lindo Yes, Maddie Anthes, Madeline Miller, Maged Zaher, Matt Jakubowski, Nicholas Perilli, Notable Philadelphia, Paul Siegell, Philadelphia, Prairie M. Faul, Raquel Salas-Rivera, Richelle Kota, Shy Watson, Suzan Jivan, Tim Fitts, Tommy Pico, Warren C. Longmire, Zach Blackwood, Zach Savich
The 2017 Whiting Award winners were announced today. The award gives ten emerging writers of fiction, nonfiction, drama, and poetry a significant cash infusion ($50,000). Previous award winners include Jeffrey Eugenides, David Foster Wallace, Denis Johnson, Mary Karr, and Elif Batuman. For this edition of This Week in Essays, we are linking to work by the 2017 award winners. Congratulations […]
Tags: Clare Barron, Clarence Coo, essay writing, essays, Francisco Cantu, James Ijames, Jen Beagin, Kaitlyn Greenidge, Lisa Halliday, Phillip B. Williams, Simone White, This Week in Essays, Tony Tu, Whiting Awards