Superstition Review Founding Editor Patricia Murphy and Editor-in-Chief Rachel Hagerman are preparing for the ASU Social Embeddedness Network Conference being held online Tuesday March 24. We had planned to collect video at AWP but we could not attend the conference due to COVID-19.
We are presenting on the following topic.
In our 45 minute presentation we will describe ways that we have created publishing opportunities for over 1200 international authors and artists, and how we support their careers through our blog and social media. We will discuss the way we invite international contributors into the “SR family” by supporting them on social media, sharing contributor successes, further collaborating with contributors in extra blog posts, and even just our friendly and professional demeanor through emails. We will include video interviews with several community members from around the globe.
We are asking anyone with experience with SR (as an intern, a contributor, a reader, or supporter) to drop in to our Zoom Room from 11-12 PST on Friday March 20. We will have a series of questions for you, and will also welcome any questions you have for our editors.
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One thought on “Join us for Coffee Talk!”
Hope you got some responses to Emily Wilson, new translator of The Odyssey tweeting that my story, “On Any Windy Day” in Superstiton Review#15 was her recommendation (along with the Broadway play Hamilton) for a companion text to The Odyssey. She included a link!
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