Reminiscing Bettyville

By Eleanor Shelton Originally posted August 7, 2019 June of 2016 I was accepted into a novel editing workshop in the Aspen Summer Words Conference. The faculty member for my workshop was George Hodgman, a former editor at Houghton Mifflin, Simon & Schuster, and Vanity Fair. He had recently published his award-winning memoir Bettyville.  When IContinue reading “Reminiscing Bettyville”

Regarding Writing Residencies

By Jack Matthews What if you had almost a month of undistracted writing time? With a private studio. Physically isolated from family and friends. Limited internet access—nearly off the grid except for stimulating conversations over dinner with artists from all over the country, or even the world. Room, board, and studio provided free of charge.Continue reading “Regarding Writing Residencies”