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  • ADVENTURES WITH PAGE LAMBERT River Writing & Sculpting Journey with renowned Native American artist Roxanne Swentzell, Colorado River, Utah (6 days, August 2019). Weaving Words & Women Retreat with True Nature Journeys, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, Peru (13 days, April 2020). Literature & Landscape of the Horse Retreat, Vee Bar Guest Ranch, Wyoming (6 days, 2019 sold out/May 2020 open). Santa Fe & Taos Literary Sojourn (6 days, 2019 sold out/September 2020 open). Berkshires and Tuscany on the horizon for 2021! Leading professionally outfitted writing adventures for 22 years, Page designs and teaches graduate writing courses for the University of Denver. Get on her mailing list for advance invitations. Page Lambert SHARE
  • BOOKGARDAN: GROW YOUR BOOK Birds & Muses’ year-long book mentorship program offers professional expertise & tailored guidance, practical structure & accountability, and the encouragement of an intimate cohort of peers to bring your book to fruition. For writers of literary fiction, creative nonfiction, mixed genre book projects. Led by internationally acclaimed novelist/memoirist Kate Moses: professional editor with 30+ years experience (Salon, North Point Press), bestselling author translated into 18 languages (Wintering, Mothers Who Think), devoted & generous teacher. Bookgardan includes 2 week-long residencies at Craigardan in the Adirondacks, 11 months of one-on-one mentorship, online craft seminars, guest authors & publishing professionals, culminating manuscript assessment. October 2019–October 2020. For Details & Application SHARE
  • LITERARY MENTORSHIP & EDITING Realize your vision for your book with the guidance of internationally acclaimed novelist/memoirist Kate Moses: professional editor with 30+ years experience (Salon, North Point Press), bestselling author translated into 18 languages (Wintering, Mothers Who Think), devoted & generous teacher taking writers under her wing for three decades. Specializing in literary fiction, nonfiction, & mixed genre. Whether developmental brainstorming or strategic restructuring of a draft, Kate's work with you & for you will be invested, insightful, expansive, and nurturing. Holistic and fine-detailed feedback during recorded manuscript conferences. Free initial consultation. Also: writing-intensive retreats, year-long Bookgardan program with residencies. Email: Complete details at Birds & Muses SHARE
  • TN POETRY & FICTION WORKSHOPS Rockvale Writers' Colony offers weeklong residency/workshop experiences in July. Triple Power Poetry (July 7-13), led by three different facilitators, combines private writing time with workshops and feedback on your poems. Stronger Stories (July 21-27), led by author and book coach Sheila Athens, includes workshops and feedback on ten pages of your manuscript. Come to write and learn against a backdrop of beautiful rolling hills, forest, and farmland. There's community and solitude, time to be engaged and time to be at the page. For more information and registration, or to apply for a standard residency, please visit our website. Click Here SHARE
  • BLACK WARRIOR REVIEW CONTEST BLACK WARRIOR REVIEW, a biannual print journal, seeks submissions for its 2019 contests. Winners will receive publication and cash prizes ($800 for flash and $1,500 for poetry, fiction, and CNF). Judges will be Rivers Solomon (fiction), Selah Saterstrom (nonfiction), Tommy Pico (poetry), and Vi Khi Nao (flash). Open until 9/1. All entrants receive a one-year subscription to the journal. See website ( for more information. SHARE
  • PRIZE FOR SELF-PUBLISHED BOOKS North Street Book Prize for Self-Published Books. 5th year. Grand prize of $3,000. Top winner in each category will win $1,000. Co-sponsored by BookBaby and Carolyn Howard-Johnson. Categories: Mainstream/Literary Fiction, Genre Fiction, Creative Nonfiction & Memoir, Poetry, Children's Picture Book, and Graphic Narrative (new). $10,500 in total cash prizes. Fee: $60 per book. Submit by June 30. Final judges: Jendi Reiter and Ellen LaFleche. Submit online or by mail. Sponsored by Winning Writers, one of the "101 Best Websites for Writers" (Writer's Digest). North Street Book Prize for Self-Published Books SHARE
Books & Publications
  • A NOVELIST'S GUIDE TO REVISION About THE LAST DRAFT, A NOVELIST'S GUIDE TO REVISION (Penguin): “Sandra Scofield has written a needed book: not how to begin a novel, but how to get one into shape and on point. She is insightful on the importance of scene and ingenious on the value of summary and the role of interiority. She offers exercises for describing, evaluating, energizing, and enriching a draft in ways both minute and structural. For a novelist in that perplexing stage between a messy version and a viable manuscript, The Last Draft may be a godsend.” -Janet Burroway Buy here SHARE
  • DEATH & OTHER HOLIDAYS by Marci Vogel, winner of the the 2017 Miami Book Fair/de Groot Literary Novella Prize. Jim Shepard, judge of the 2017 Miami Book Fair/de Groot Prize said of the winning novella: “I found it wryly appealing and quietly moving, in its own minimalist way, as well as deftly constructed.” The winner of the 2019 Miami Book Fair/de Groot Prize will receive a $6,000 cash award, publication by Melville House, an expense-paid (hotel, travel, per diem) trip to the Miami Book Fair after publication, and a chance to read/participate in programs at the Fair. Click here to purchase DEATH & OTHER HOLIDAYS SHARE
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  • CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Scribe Base is seeking submissions for upcoming issues, including a general Autumn 2019 issue. Prose, non-fiction, poetry, and more are accepted. Scribe Base SHARE

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