Jan 272011
 
Join Me at AWP!

The largest conference for writers and publishers is just around the corner, and I hope you’ll join me in Washington, D.C. at one of the following events! The Association of Writers and Writing Programs Annual Conference and Bookfair Washington, D.C. : February 2-5, 2011 Terrain.org / Hawk & Handsaw Booth at Bookfair Booth 509 I’ll […]

Feb 092008
 

As if this hasn’t dragged on long enough, I have some final AWP bits: Images from “The Future of Environmental Essay” panel, Terrain.org 10th Anniversary Reading, and Salmon: A Journey in Poetry Anthology Launch & Reading are now online in a gallery at: http://www.terrain.org/img/gallery/index.html I ate insects at AWP. Specifically, for a free one-year extension […]

Jan 292008
 

In case you haven’t heard (is it possible?!), I’ll be in New York City for the annual AWP Conference and Bookfair from January 31 to February 2. Here’s where — if you’re around — I hope you’ll catch up with me: Terrain.org Table at AWP ConferenceJoin Terrain.org at the AWP Conference Bookfair at the New […]

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Jan 152008
 

A few quick updates before classes begin again this Thursday: My wife Billie has been nominated for Vail School District’s “Teacher of the Year Award.” Woo hoo, Billie! I know she’s not seen much on this blog, and that’s because she’s usually working while I get to scramble around with the girls. Fingers crossed, babe! […]

Jan 042008
 

Like apparently just about everyone (it’s sold out at 7,000 attendees!) I’ll be at the annual AWP conference and bookfair in New York City from January 31 to February 2. Join me at: Table #480 for Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments, at the Hilton’s Americas Hall II, access from 3rd floor […]

Jun 282007
 

1. AWP Panel Proposal Results I was 1 for 2 in my panel proposals for the NYC AWP Conference in Jan/Feb 08. “The Future of Environmental Essay,” which I’ll moderate and features Alison Hawthorne Deming, David Gessner, David Rothenberg, and Lauret Savoy, was accepted. But “The Virtual Context: Online Journals of Mission and Place,” which […]