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Carpool to Winter Writing Festival in Ravenna Saturday, February 22

https _cdn.evbuc.com_images_73258689_282193781092_2_originalThe 2nd Annual Winter Writing Festival planning is underway and NEW this year is an Speaker Series featuring Kent native Jason Prufer who authored: “Small Town, Big Music” and Award winning Author Angela Johnson! Writing workshops will be scheduled at locations all around town, The WICK Poetry Center from KSU will again be leading a poetry slam, a Story Walk is being planned and more! Register here. Like to carpool with Lit Youngstown? Send us a note: LitYoungstown@gmail.com.

 

Seeking Proposal Submissions for Fall Literary Festival

CALL FOR PROPOSALS FALL LITERARY FESTIVAL 2019

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Lit Youngstown seeks proposals for presentations, workshops, craft talks and creative readings for our 3rd annual Fall Literary Festival to be held October 4-5 at Youngstown State University. The two-day festival will feature an acclaimed faculty: Nin Andrews (poetry), Christopher Barzak (fiction), Erica Cardwell (essay, creative nonfiction), Jill Christman (creative nonfiction), Michael Croley (fiction),  George Ella Lyon (poetry, essay), Philip Memmer (poetry), Philip Metres (poetry, essay). To read more about our visiting writers, please visit the Fall Literary Festival page.

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Join us at the Lakeland Literary Festival

lakelandJoin us at the Lakeland Literary Festival! Lit Youngstown is pleased to be invited to participate in the book fair at Lakeland Community College in Kirtland, Ohio. We will leave at 7:00 a.m. from our office at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 323 Wick Ave. Like to ride up with us? Please let us know: LitYoungstown@gmail.com.

 

 

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Lit Youngstown at AWP

It was a tremendous honor and pleasure to represent Lit Youngstown at the Association of Writers & Writing Programs conference in Washington, D.C., in February. Our fellow panelists were Kelly Fordon of Literary Detroit, Janine Harrison of the Indiana Writers Consortium, Lee Chilcote of Literary Cleveland, and David Hassler of the Wick Poetry Center in Kent, Ohio. Our presentation was about ways that community-based literary arts organizations are responsive to communities.