Apr 27, 2016 | News

VoidCoverIncoming Fellow Michael Morse (’16) and two-time poetry Fellow Robin Beth Schaer (’07, ’12).discuss publishing their first works after turning 40. In an interesting conversation  on The Rumpus,  these exemplary writers discuss how their processes have changed over time and the obstacles and insecurities they have face as writers publishing at 40. Morse and Schaer compare anxieties surrounding their writing styles versus “what’s hot” and the advantages of publishing later in life. This frank conversation is truly inspiring. The conversation is available online here.