We are excited to share that Terese Svoboda will be reading some new poetry along with Dennis Nurske at Local 138 on February 10, 2017. Terese has several other upcoming events such as The Lives of Others: Biography as Creative Nonfiction panel at AWP on March 10, 2018, and celebrating the paperback of Anything That Burns You: A Portrait of Lola Ridge, Radical Poet at Book Culture with Ajay Chaudhary on March 12, 2018. For more information and events with Terese we recommend visiting her events page at teresesvoboda.com.
Terese’s appearance in Superstition Review begins with an interview in issue 5. She has contributed several guest posts, and has been part of our SR Pod/Vod Series, which can be found here. Madonna in the Terminal, a fiction piece by Terese, can be read in issue 7.
April 7-10, 2010
Hyatt Regency Denver & Colorado Convention Center
The Association of Writers and Writing Programs is holding its annual conference this week in Denver, featuring more than 400 events and presentations, including lectures, readings, book signings, panel discussions, and dances. The conference attracts more than 500 publishers and presses and thousands of attendees.
On Saturday, Superstition Review is taking part in a presentation about undergraduate-run literary magazines:
S182. Students who Build Things: The Literary Magazine as Teaching Tool for Undergraduate Students
(KC Culver, Collette Morris, Karen Craigo, Zach Tarvin, Patricia Murphy, Haley Larson)
We represent three undergraduate programs that have succeeded in establishing undergraduate-run journals. Prairie Margins publishes undergraduate students nationally in print; Superstition Review publishes both new and established writers nationally online; and Mangrove publishes the work of undergraduates at its university both in print and online. The panel will give practical advice on establishing effective leadership, facing budget constraints, submission management, and publishing options.