Consultation Faculty

Writers@Work is pleased to announce the following consultation faculty will be available during the 2017 Writers Conference, June 7-11, 2017, at Alta Lodge.

EMMA KOMLOS-HROBSKY

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Emma Komlos-Hrobsky is a writer, editor, and teacher living in New York City. She serves as associate editor at Tin House magazine and director of the Tin House Craft Intensives. Her writing has appeared in Guernica, Web Conjunctions, Bookforum, Tin House, The Story Collider, and Hunger Mountain. She is the faculty advisor to 12th Street, the New School’s award-winning journal of writing and democracy. She writes most passionately about nature and the American west, and at the intersection of magical realism and science. Connect with her on Twitter – @skunkorama.

 

NOAM DORR

Noam Dorr’s work has appeared in Gulf Coast, Seneca Review, and Wag’s Revue, among other places. His essay, “Love Drones,” won the Gulf Coast Essay Prize and was a notable essay in The Best American Essays 2016. Born and raised in Kibbutz Givat Haim, Israel, he is a former Fulbright scholar, received his MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona where he was an 1885 Graduate Fellow, and is currently a Vice Presidential Fellow in the Literature and Creative Writing Ph.D. program at the University of Utah. Noam is also the nonfiction editor at both Construction and Quarterly West.

 

CORI WINROCK
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Cori A. Winrock is the author of This Coalition of Bones (Kore Press, 2014), which received the Freund Prize for a first poetry collection. She won the 2016 Boston Review Poetry Prize and her work has appeared in the Best New Poets anthology, West Branch, Crazyhorse, The Journal, Mid-American Review, and elsewhere. Winrock received her MFA from Cornell University. She is currently a PhD candidate and Vice Presidential Fellow in the Creative Writing program at the University of Utah.

 

 

A consultation provides a 30-minute meeting with an editor or visiting writer who has pre-read a submitted manuscript of no more than 20 pages for prose (5,000 words) or 10 pages for poetry. The manuscript must be double-spaced and in 12-point type and must be uploaded to Submittable by May 31, 2017 Consultation times are limited and will be assigned on a first-come/first-served basis.  Consultations are optional and not required for Conference attendance.
**If you are not registered for the conference, you may register for a consultation with the consultant of your choice for $50.
Please contact Jennifer@writersatwork.org to schedule.