Buzz from THE BROADSHEET

It’s always lovely when the local press covers an event. Here’s a write-up of our March 8th Salon by THE BROADSHEET, a downtown Manhattan newspaper that covers Lower Manhattan.   2016 PRESS in THE BROADSHEET

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AWP Conference Guidebook for Parents

Writers who have kids don’t necessarily have time to read through the many, many pages of AWP documents provided by the conference.  So, some folks at Sustainable Arts Foundation and Pen Parentis have volunteered to read through the conference materials and have attempted to gather together some don’t-miss events. This is by no means a […]

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Los Angeles AWP16 meetup

Partnering with the Sustainable Arts Foundation, Pen Parentis would like to invite all AWP16 attendees as well as any writers who live in the greater LA area who are parents to a meet-up at the fabulous gLAnce bar in the lobby of the  JW Marriot at LA Live on Thursday, March 31 from 5:30 – […]

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Download a Fellowship Flyer!

Please help us spread the word about the Pen Parentis Writing Fellowship for New Parents. Do you work in a coffee shop where there is a bulletin board? Maybe you are an alum of a writing program and they have a listserv?  Or maybe you’ve just got a few friends who are terrific writers who […]

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Be a good parent – keep writing!

Our Fellowship is accepting applications March 1 – April 18th, 2016! To encourage writers to continue to produce new works of quality fiction at the very busiest point in their parenting journey, the 2016-2017 Pen Parentis Writing Fellowship for New Parents is now open for submissions! Please visit our fellowship guidelines page for details. Past […]

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Suggestions from the world of visual art

Sometimes you don’t need to reinvent the wheel, you need to stick your head outside your cardboard box and see what other people are doing…. We just discovered this fantastic list of recommendations for artists who are also parents, trying to balance a life in the visual arts with parenting a kid–and the overlap between […]

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