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Angela Tung

Angela Tung

http://blog.angelatung.com/
14 posts

Angela Tung is a writer and editor in NYC. Her work has appeared in Mental Floss, The Week, The Huffington Post, Quartz, The Bellingham Review, Cha: Asian Journal, and elsewhere.

15 Unusual Booths to Check out at AWP

We’ve already given you the low-down on what beyond-the-MFA writing organizations you should visit at AWP (if you missed it, here’s part 1 and part 2). Now how about those organizations and businesses that are more unusual? Check out these 15 unique booths. Dead Writers Perfume This line of “historically inspired perfume”...

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Beyond the MFA at AWP, Part 2: Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, and More

Writing organizations, workshops, communities, and retreats are an important part of our continuing writing education. Many from across the globe will be exhibiting at the AWP bookfair. Last week we shared 16 writing organizations that cover a variety of genres. Today we have 21 that target specific ones as well as young writers. FICTION...

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Beyond the MFA at AWP, Part 1

We all know that our writing educations don’t end with an MFA. We continue to learn by continuing to write, by reading, and by listening to other writers. Writing organizations, communities, workshops, and retreats are a great source for this, and you’ll find many of them at the AWP bookfair. To help...

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Wet Ink at AWP -- and a Chance to Win 6 Months Free!

AWP 2016 is almost here! We're celebrating in a couple of different ways. First of all, we'll be at the bookfair! Come find us at booth #934, say hello, and find out more about Wet Ink. We're also holding a special promotion from now until the end of the conference. Sign up with Wet...

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10 Literary Landmarks to Visit in L.A.

So you’re going to AWP in Los Angeles. You’re geared up to attend every session you can, network like you’ve never networked before, and hit that bookfair hard. But sooner or later you’ll need a break. We’ve already given you some AWP advice, whether you’re attending as a...

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