Sangam House is a writers residency program just outside of Pondicherry in the southeast Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Up to seven writers at a time—from South Asia and the rest of the world—are invited to live together while they grind out their latest work—stories, poetry, scripts, and all those arrangements of words that don’t fit neatly into any of these categories.
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Eight years ago, September 11th transformed New York City into a crowded hive of anxiety. Since then, there have been innumerable changes in our lives. The obvious ones include soldiers patrolling streets, bridges, tunnels, transportation hubs, and the now commonplace presence of folding tables and police officers prepared to check bags at subway stations. But there was much more going on than we knew…
Maggie Nelson’s most recent book Bluets (Wave Books, 2009) is a poetic nonfiction meditation on the color blue. She starts with “Suppose I were to begin by saying that I had fallen in love with a color,” and goes on to illuminate several factual, historical, and sometimes personal experiences with the color blue.
The winners of BOMB’s 2009 Fiction Contest judged by Jonathan Lethem were just announced, so we thought we would share some tips for anyone anywhere trying to win contests and get published
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