It’s a new year and our authors are busy!

Here is an update on their recent doings:

Joanna Biggar has just returned from a visit to Cuba with Wanderland Writers, a writing retreat series that she co-founded and runs with Linda Watanabe McFerrin. They publish annual anthologies of essays and poetry written on these trips. Find out more here. Joanna is also at work on revisions to her sequel to That Paris Year, entitled Melanie’s Song.

Grace Cavalieri has recently had new poems published in The Art of Survival: An Anthology, as well as the journals Poets & Artists and the South Florida Poetry Journal, in which she is the featured poet for the month for February.

Elizabeth Hazen has a new piece of flash fiction forthcoming in the anthology Nothing Short Of.

James J. Patterson is working on a new collection of essays, Junk Shop Window.

Richard Peabody is hosting various events this spring for the latest in his Paycock Press series of anthologies. See our Upcoming Events page for details.

Rose Solari will be teaching at Politics & Prose this spring. Her popular one-week intensive workshop, A Poem a Day, is already full, but stay tuned for more classes to be announced.