Monthly Archives: April 2020

An Open Letter from New York City Literary Arts Organizations to Members of the New York City Council

To New York City Council Members Van Bramer, Gjonaj, Moya, Cumbo and Borelli We write to you as literary arts organizations in New York City committed to fostering the well-being of the city’s community of writers and other literary professionals struggling with the COVID outbreak. -19. We ask that you …

Read More »

Why teaching literary arts on the zoom doesn’t quite work

I skipped the Departmental Literary Arts meeting on Monday March 9 and I shouldn’t have. Item seven of our agenda, “COVID-19 “, suddenly became item # 1, and the result, as I soon learned, was that we, the professors of creative writing at Brown University, now had to begin the …

Read More »