How to Network as a Writer When You Live in a Remote Place

“If you’re doing really good writing, but it exists in a vacuum, it doesn’t really help you.”


Episode Notes

For this edition of Working Overtime, hosts Isaac Butler and Karen Han hear from a poet in rural Montana who wants to feel more connected to poetry communities in big cities. Isaac and Karen offer tips for how to make connections with people online, and they also discuss some of the benefits of being a rural writer living outside of the urban literary bubble.

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