So, of course, AWP this year was slightly different. This year I not only knew what to expect, but could walk past the tables and mutter to myself, “Ah! It's that journal, so glad to see them here. Wonder if they are still...” or “I have to find this journal. I saw it while researching and it looks beautiful!” Whatever the utterances, I no longer felt like an uneducated impersonator in the sea of writers, editors, and publishers.
Matt Comi I. It place things into a new frame. I think that was of particular importance. I had a whole set of presuppositions about the publishing world and the world of small journals that was totally changed by this trip. So, with that said, here are some thoughts that I have now, that I … Continue reading Seven Ways of Looking at AWP