Monthly Archives: November 2012

Intern’s Blog Post #6: Catching Up

Hello All,   So the blog has been a little dormant for awhile… I apologize for that.  There have been lots of things happening here at the GWC, but we’ve finally hit a lull, and I thought I would fill you in.   Looking back at my last post it seems like I have a […]
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GWC 2012 Annual Appeal

The GWC Annual Co-Founder’s Appeal Letter is available as a PDF
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Helen Fremont on her stay at the GWC

An ideal week.  I came here to work on a new memoir, and feel I’ve been able to play intensively in the waves of some very rough material.  I’ve gotten boatloads of work done (some of which I actually like!) and I’m looking forward to messing around with it for… oh, ever - or at least the next couple […]
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Ammiel Alcalay’s thoughts on his visit to the GWC in 2011

  My stay at the Gloucester Writers House was filled with extraordinary and deeply layered meaning for me. Having spent a lot of time in Gloucester with my family, practically from birth to the mid 1960s, I haven’t had the opportunity since to spend a consecutive block of time in a place that has always […]
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The Gloucester Writers Center presents: Let Nothing Slip By

Wednesday, November 14, 7:30 P.M. at the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson St., East Gloucester   An evening of poetry and close readings, of facts, personal, external and historical inquiry, of conversations, learning, reflection and dialog.   What has it meant to grow up white in American society? What does it still mean […]
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