Links

826 Boston is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping writing teachers of students age 6-18 to inspire their students.

AGNI Online is the electronic complement to the acclaimed literary magazine published at Boston University.

Asian American Writers Workshop is a national not-for-profit devoted to the creating, publishing, developing and disseminating of creative writing by Asian Americans.

AWP is the umbrella organization supporting academic creative writing programs around the country.

Cave Canem is committed to the discovery and cultivation of new voices in African American poetry.

Children’s Literature Network provides connection, encouragement, education, camaraderie, and programming for members who write and illustrate books for children and teens, as well as those who are passionate about reading and discussing those books, and those who are working to be published.

The Foundation for Children's Books cultivates children's curiosity, creativity, and academic achievement by igniting in them a love of good books.

The Frost Place is a nonprofit educational center for poetry and the arts based at Robert Frost’s old homestead, in the town of Franconia, New Hampshire.

The Greater Brockton Society for Poetry and the Arts (GBSPA) is dedicated to promoting and fostering poetry and the arts on a local and regional level.

Grub Street is Boston’s independent writing center.

Horn Book is one of the oldest journals devoted to the field of children’s and young adult literature.

NH Writer is a bimonthly newsletter providing information about the New Hampshire writing community.

PEN New England is dedicated to advancing the cause of literature and reading in New England and defending free expression everywhere.

Poetry Daily is an online anthology of contemporary poetry.

The Poetry Society of America is a national organization for poets; their web site contains links to numerous resources for poets including poetry journals, publishers, and contests.

Poets & Writers, Inc. is an excellent source of information, support, and guidance for creative writers in all genres.

Poets.org is a resource from the Academy of American Poets with thousands of poems, essays, biographies, and weekly features.

The Practicing Writer is a web site featuring links to numerous resources for writers, including grants, fellowships, and job opportunities.

Quarterly Black Book Review is the first national book review exclusively dedicated to books about the African experience.

The Review Review helps writers gain a deeper understanding of the style and content of myriad literary journals by providing reviews of recent issues.

SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators) acts as a network for writers, illustrators, editors, publishers, agents, librarians, educators, booksellers and others involved with literature for young people.

SolsticeLitMag.org (a sister publication of the Solstice MFA Program) is a quarterly online journal featuring original works including fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and photography.

Teachers & Writers Collaborative is a nonprofit organization that places writers in schools and publishes books and a magazine on teaching writing.

Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation nurtures developing writers through the traditions, perspectives, and aesthetics of writers of color.

The Writer Magazine is host to market listings, writing resources and discussion forums for writers in all genres.

Writers In Paradise is an annual conference held at Eckerd College in Saint Petersburg, Florida, hosted by Solstice MFA faculty member Sterling Watson and Solstice MFA writer-in-residence Dennis Lehane.