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The Chapbook and the Emerging Poet: A Panel Discussion

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The Chapbook and the Emerging Poet: A Panel Discussion

Time: June 4, 2009 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Location: Fort Washington Branch of the New York Public Library
Street: 535 W. 179th Street between Audubon and St. Nicholas avenues
City/Town: New York, NY
Phone: 212-923-7800 X1342
Event Type: literary, panel, discussion
Organized By: Patricia Eakins, curator, and Jennifer Zarr, site manager, Ft. Washing branch, NYPL
Latest Activity: May 14, 2009

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Meredith Trede, Margo Stever, Elaine Sexton, Sheila Maldonado (moderator). Poets and chapbook publishing professionals will discuss the importance in contemporary poetry of the "short" collection, a book form that has a special role to play as poets begin to find their audiences. Topics will include: what makes an award-winning chapbook, tips on preparing your manuscript, mistakes to watch out for when submitting your work, how to sense which chapbook publishers/editors might be receptive...And more. Q & A will follow. This panel discussion is an event of the Washington Heights Chapbook Festival, which is a collaboration of the Sunday Best Reading Series, the Fort Washington Branch of the New York Public Library, and the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance. It is part of the Art Stroll. www.artstroll.com Admission to the event is FREE.

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