Juniper Fest & LCRW 37

Mon 2 Apr 2018 - Filed under: Not a Journal., | Leave a Comment | Posted by: Gavin

Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 37 coverThis Saturday, April 7, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., we will be tabling at the Juniper Lit Fest Bookfair along with many other local and not-so-local publishers, magazines, a couple of food trucks, and bookstores (see below).

We will be dropping (and picking up and wondering who put butter on our fingers) the new issue of LCRW, the one with the dragon on the cover and besides some new books our half table of wonders will include some 3-for-2 or 2-for-1 or 50-for-10 deals of some description. Hope to see you there!

  • Amherst Books
  • Bateau Press
  • Black Ocean
  • Big Big Wednesday
  • Calamari
  • Cosmonauts Avenue
  • Emily Dickinson Museum
  • Factory Hollow Press
  • Fence & Fence Books
  • jubilat
  • Juniper Summer Institute
  • Levellers Press
  • Massachusetts Review
  • Meridians
  • Mount Analogue
  • Noo Journal/Magic Helicopter Press
  • Perugia
  • Post Road Magazine
  • Radius
  • Small Beer Press
  • Siglio Press
  • St. Petersburg Review
  • Straw Dog Writers Guild
  • The Common
  • University of Massachusetts Press
  • Wakefield Press

Here’s the fair’s own description:

The annual Juniper Literary Festival celebrates the literary community of the region and the UMass MFA Program present, past, and future and the intersections of those communities with the larger literary world. Join us for three days of events including readings by Sarah Lapido Manyika and Sally Wen Mao on Friday, April 6 at 8 pm.

Return on Saturday, April 7th for a small press and journal fair featuring local literary arts groups alongside local, regional, and national publications; discussions with literary agents and editors; an MFA alumni reading at 4:30 with Gabriel Bump, Stella Corso, Madeline ffitch, and Wendy Xu; community workshops with UMass MFA faculty; and a showcase of rare audio by Sterling Brown & Wallace Stevens. Experience Writers Off the Page and performance poetics. Explore a gallery of writing as visual art in the Visualizing Language exhibit. And join us for a reception where you can meet writers mentioned here and many others. Full schedule here.

There’s parking in the garage near South College ($1.75/hour) or on this map — there’s even an interactive parking map.


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