Mid-Week Field Notes–January 12, 2022

Field Notes

Some very quick things:

  1. I’ve been accepted into the Kenyon Review writing session for teachers and adjuncts later this month. I’m thrilled to be writing with other educators under the auspices of a literary journal I revere.
  2. The Sepia Chronicles | Writing the Past is a new newsletter I’m launching in February. Read interviews with history authors Steve Sheinkin and Susan Goldman Rubin, among others. Get tips on research. I’m also offering a writing family history and memoir newsletter once a month. To subscribe to either or both newsletters, send a note to me at barbaradkrasner(at)gmail(dot)com or comment below.
  3. My dissertation advisor says he’s reading my full draft this week. I guess I know what I’ll be working on for the rest of this month!
  4. I met with my agent yesterday and we talked about all my writing projects, including several that have been on the back burner for years. Some manuscripts will stay in the proverbial drawer. She was excited about a literary memoir project I’ve been working on from time to time.

About Barbara Krasner

History writer and award-winning author Barbara Krasner writes Jewish-themed poetry, articles, nonfiction books, and novels for children and adults.
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2 Responses to Mid-Week Field Notes–January 12, 2022

  1. Erika says:

    Wow, that’s all great, Barbara. (I didn’t realize KR had a program for teachers beyond the middle-school/high-school level.)

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