Indic Academy is pleased to relaunch the weekly writers “Open House” meet with Otis Haschemyer.
Otis Haschemeyer was a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University’s Creative Writing Program and currently teaches for Stanford’s “Online Writer’s Studio.” He is the recipient of an Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship. He has won a Margolis Foundation Prize in non-fiction and the Jeffery E. Smith Editor’s Prize for fiction. His work has appeared in Best New American Voices 2003 & 2009, The Sun, The Alaska Quarterly Review, Iodine Poetry Journal, Barrow Street, Politically Inspired, and other journals and anthologies. His reviews appear in Broken Bridge Review and The American Alpine Journal.
Upcoming writers can participate in the “Open House” by sending samples of their writing of up to 750 words to firstname.lastname@example.org clearly mentioning “Indic Academy” in the subject.
Otis will go through your sample and give his feedback and tips to improve your writing during a weekly Zoom call.
The weekly session starts at 8 pm every Wednesday, starting 14th October. The link for registration can be accessed here ↓
The writers meet is free and open to all who have shared the Indic Pledge on their social media profiles
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