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Deadline Extended For Select Advanced Workshops—There is still time to apply for Advanced Workshops in Poetry, Memoir, and Advanced Revision and Submitting Strategies for both Fiction and Nonfiction. Applications close on Monday June 3rd at 11:59 pm EST.

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Angie Chatman


About Angie

Angie Chatman is a freelance writer, editor, and storyteller. Her essays and short stories have been anthologized in Dine (Hippocampus Books), and have appeared in Literary Landscapes, the Rumpus, Blood Orange Review, Hippocampus Magazine, and fwriction:review. She has performed stories for The Moth Radio Hour, the RISK! Podcast and StoryCollider. Her story "Growing Up Black" appeared on the World Channel television series Stories from the Stage (WGBH) and won a WEBBY award. In 2020 she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize for her essay "Ode to Poundcake", which appeared in Pangyrus. Angie is a Fellow of the Kimbilio Center for Black fiction and has received support from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (2020) and Ragdale (2021). An engineer by degree, Angie also holds an SM from MIT, and earned her MFA from Queens University in Charlotte, A Chicago native, she lives in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston with her husband, children, and rescue dog, Lizzie.

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