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    April 17, 2007

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    Ethan Zara

    Zowee!! wait till she gets to 4th grade!!

    -Ethan
    Backpacking on Little Money
    http://jacktraveler.blogspot.com/

    allison fine

    Is there anyone in the Emerging Writers network over 50? I am nearly 60 and graduating from an MFA program in May. I have a completed novel, about 50 short pieces, and 3 more novels I am now working on. Is it all about youth or can some of us elders get heard and seen as well?

    Dan Wickett

    Hey Allison,

    Absolutely. I know there are at least a few others who fall into your age range and to me, emerging means much more about recognition than it does age. One of the stories that will be looked at during Short Story Month here at the EWN blog will be by Gladys Swan, who published her first collection of stories some 30 years ago.

    The big thing with youth this month is that I've elected to celebrate National Poetry Month by linking to each of the poems that WITS posts on their blog during April. WITS is Writers in the Schools, and they are located in Houston, setting up Writer in Residence programs for thousands of students in their school systems - having published authors spending one day per week for the entire school year, generating real excitement about reading and writing in the youth of Houston.

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