Hillary Leftwich has a new essay published at The Review Review. Her essay explores the necessity of writing communities. She talks about editing for The Conium Review; she explores lessons learned from workshops with mentors like Kathy Fish; she reflects on the importance of connecting with fellow writers through. She explains that writing should not be a solitary endeavor, and that it takes group guidance and support to hone one’s craft. Check out the entire essay here.
Hillary Leftwich lives in Denver, CO. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Regis University, and she’s co-founder of the “Denver Shitty Writers” group. She was recently interviewed by The Missouri Review for their “Working Writer Series.” You can follow her on Twitter or read her WordPress blog.
Adam Padgett was a contributor to The Conium Review‘s Spring 2013 issue. His fiction has also appeared in Appalachian Heritage, Santa Clara Review, Cold Mountain Review, SmokeLong Quarterly, and elsewhere. He is a mentor for PEN America’s Prison Writing Program, and he teaches writing at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. You can follow Adam on Twitter.