A September Summer: Refections of July
It’s been hot here the past few weeks. Like summer-hot. 90+ degree September days will make anyone reflect on their most recent July.
Somewhere between July barbecues, vacations, and family get-togethers we host a little space for writers, the Water~Stone Review Summer Writing Workshop on the campus of St. Olaf College, in Northfield Minnesota. An easy 45-minute drive from the Twin Cities, the WSR Writing Workshop provides a great opportunity to work with nationally-renowned authors close to home while also having some relaxation and fun.
Within the workshop, we carve out a special Publishing Panel for our participants, and invite folks from all walks of the industry to join us in a discussion about those waters and all its tributaries. Participants on this year’s panel were Mary Logue and Esther Porter. The panel was moderated by assistant managing editor, Sophia Myerly.
In these last few days before our autumn bursts into our twentieth season of submissions, readings and events, and pumpkin spice, we take this moment to recall a day at our Summer Writing Workshop this past July.