Heads up, y’all! The Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature (SSML) is accepting proposals though January 1 for the spring 2021 symposium. This a great conference for a couple reasons: 1) SSML is a small and welcoming organization, and (2) you can propose a reading of creative work (as well as critical work, if that’s your jam), which makes it a great way to get a conference presentation on your CV.
Take a look at the CFP here.
Ah, conference season. So fun! Am I right?
If you happen to be in Binghamton, NY, April 27th drop into the Writing by Degrees Conference hosted by the English Department at BU. I’ll be presenting “Transclass Poetry: Witness from the Liminal Space.”
AND if you’re interested in Midwestern literature, I’ll be presenting selections from my collection Home / Sick at the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature Annual Symposium on Friday, May 17, at Michigan State University.
See you there!