March has been a busy month! I kicked it off with a trip to Boston for the AWP National Conference, which I attended last year. While I spent most of the conference working at the Rosemont College booth and talking with other writers, I was lucky enough to get the chance to attend a couple panels and meet people from the West Coast working at literary magazines I would have never heard of otherwise.
If you’re interested in such things, check out TAYO Literary Magazine and Kartika Review. TAYO is a literary magazine “dedicated to the creation, cultivation, and promotion of Filipino and Filipino-American arts and culture.” Kartika Review is a national literary magazine that publishes Asian Pacific Islander American fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
- Editor’s Letter: The Girl in a Cape
- International Women’s Day 2013
- Top 5 Female Heroes in YA Fiction
- Inspirations: Guest Lectures and Open Discussions
I also had the opportunity to visit 1370 WSPD Toledo to join the segment Eye on Your Weekend. Check out the radio show here in downloadable podcast format to find out what I talked about!