Monday morning

If, for instance, you find yourself wanting to know the most often repeated phrases in Gertrude Stein’s Tender Buttons, then you’ll want to know about Textalyser.

An article on the polyphonic novel, “a hybrid of the short story and traditional novel”.

Course syllabi by famous authors.

And a more in-depth look at one syllabus for a class taught by David Foster Wallace.

Submitting your writing to literary magazines? Some hows and whys, including a rejection letter received by Gertrude Stein, here.

Meanwhile in Providence: Playwright Casey Llewellyn will be living in the Black Box at 95 Empire for the next few weeks. She’ll be writing, exercising, rehearsing, and making new work with other local artists. More information here if you’d like to see what she’s up to.

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