Some of the latest news in the international writing world:
McSweeney’s and the Poetry Foundation has published a new collection titled, The Strangest of Theaters: Poets Writing Across Borders. It helps poets discover opportunities abroad such as fellowships, translations, festivals, residencies, English instruction jobs, and volunteer postings.
There’s a great interview from author Carol Tice on how to write and promote a business book over on Urban Muse Writer. She also discusses how important blogging can be for landing a book deal.
UNESCO statistics show that the US attracts 21% of all students studying abroad. Toni Summers Hargis has written an informative guide for those looking to study in the United States called, The Stress-free Guide To Studying in the States.
As a writer, can you become born again if you write in a second language? Costica Bradatan, writing for The New York Times, says yes.
Any interesting news to add from your part of the world? Leave a comment.