Monthly Archives: March 2019

The Noepe Center for Literary Arts reopens in Featherstone

The Noepe Center for Literary Arts will reopen in partnership with the Featherstone Center for the Arts this month. Founded in 2007 by former Martha’s Vineyard Poet Laureate Justen Ahren, Noepe was originally housed at the Point Way Inn in Edgartown. In 2014, Noepe was named one of the top …

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Increased Accessibility in the Literary Arts: The AWP Events Guide and Beyond

Ahead of PEN America’s panels at the 2019 AWP Book Fair and Conference, author Sonya Huber explains how organizations can take steps to provide accessible and inclusive programming. Writers with disabilities face a wide range of issues, including lack of access to accessible literary events and print or online materials, …

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A state of the literary arts

Writer’s block | March 6, 2019 By Suzzanne [email protected] Reading is such a lonely endeavor, but the North Dakota literary endeavor community. . . well, that’s a whole other story. North Dakota’s literary scene runs the gamut, from writers to readers, with publishers, community readings, book clubs and writers’ groups, …

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