Icess Fernandez Rojas was kind enough to let me guest post on her blog where I talk about the writing residency experience, process, and important things to consider if this is a good next step for you as a writer.
Editor’s Note: Today’s blog post is from writer Glendaliz Camacho. Camacho, a 2013 Pushcart
Prize nominee, has worked in the editorial departments of Victoria Sanders & Associates and Cambridge University Press. She has attended several residencies including being the 2014 Jentel Foundation Artist in Residence, and 2015 Caldera Arts, Kimmel Harding Nelson, and Hedgebrook Artist in Residence. She is also a proud alum of the Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation (VONA) 2010 Fiction Workshop with Tananarive Due and the 2013 Fiction Workshop with Junot Diaz. Starting September, she’ll participate in the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s nine-month Workspace artist residency program. She’s also been a judge on a selection panel for a residency.
She’s offering a webinar on how to land a residency with an exclusive offer for my blog readers!
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