AWP Session Presenters Needed for “Creative” and “Craft and Criticism” Panels

deadline for submissions: 
May 31, 2023
full name / name of organization: 
Anna Faktorovich / Anaphora Literary Press

Presenters are invited to submit their interest to jointly submit panel proposals for the upcoming AWP conference in Kansas City, Missouri on February 7-10, 2024. Depending on the number of interested writers, there can be 1-3 different panels we can pitch in groups organized by category type. One panel should focus on “Craft and Criticism” in “Multiple Literary Genres”. Another panel can be a “Multiple Literary Genres Reading”. Other categories in “Craft and Criticism” include “Nonfiction”, “Poetry” and “Fiction”. I personally would like to present about my findings about the craft of mass-ghostwriting that was perpetrated by a Workshop of six across the British Renaissance, which I uncovered in my British Renaissance Re-Attribution and Modernization series (BRRAM: In the creative panel, I would like to read from one of my translations from Early Modern English or Latin of segments out of volumes 3-20 of BRRAM, which include dramas, poetry, and works in other genres. If your critical research addresses similar questions of authorship, attribution, ghostwriting, plagiarism, collaborative writing and the like, you are especially invited to submit your interest. I will write up proposals that fit the interests of the presenters. Each session will need somebody to act as a Moderator, so please note if you are interested in being the Moderator only, a Presenter only, or a Moderator in one proposal and a Presenter in another proposal. The deadline to submit the finalized proposals is June 1. All who send an interest to join the panel should be ready to confirm their interest and link their account via the AWP website by June 9th, and should be anticipating attending AWP in person in February. Email 1-5 sentences on the topic/ type of content you would like to present on, and a brief paragraph bio to Anna Faktorovich, PhD at Here are AWP’s guidelines: