By David Blomenberg, Reviews Editor Hello all! I hope all have been having a wonderful holiday season so far. It’s almost the end of the year, which brings many of us to thoughts of new beginnings, new resolutions, and new projects. What can be greatly inspiring to many writers is to read what other writers … Continue reading Some New Reading on Writing on Writing!
BY RITA MAE REESE The word is the making of the world. Wallace Stevens It’s a filmstrip afternoon and we’re all grateful to the humming projector in the middle of our desks, the closed blinds, the absence of a real adult. There’s a vague promise of revelation from the title and the dark, tree-lined streets, … Continue reading THE ALPHABET CONSPIRACY (an exerpt)
Th 2009 Wabash Prize for Poetry contest is now closed. Thank you to all who submitted. We’re seeing some exciting work, which we look forward to sending to judge Mark Doty. Be sure to check back here for updates on the contest. Winners will be announced no later than December 30.
BY ANTHONY COOK, Editor-in-Chief Sycamore Review‘s reading period for regular poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction submissions officially opened last week. But I wanted to take a moment to remind everyone that SR is now accepting submissions for its annual Wabash Prize for Poetry as well. Top prize is $1000, and we are excited to have … Continue reading Now Accepting Wabash Prize for Poetry Submissions
BY MEHDI OKASI, Editor-in-Chief Sycamore Review is pleased to announce that accomplished writer, Mark Doty, will judge the 2009 Wabash Prize in Poetry. Mr. Doty will join the ranks of prior esteemed judges Billy Collins and Eavan Boland. Stay tuned for more information regarding the contest. Mark Doty’s Fire to Fire: New and Selected Poems, won … Continue reading Mark Doty to Judge 2009 Wabash Prize in Poetry