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North America: New York, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Juneau, Honolulu
South America: Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Bogota
Europe: London, Athens, Paris, Helsinki, Tallinn, Moscow
Africa: Tunis, Johannesburg, Cairo, Addis Ababa
Asia: Kamchatka, Kolkata, Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, Jakarta, Manila, Amman
Australia/Pacific: Sydney, Perth, Auckland

If you don’t see a city you know is in your timezone, email us at registration@flights-of-foundry.org.

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Sunday, May 17 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
What Book Reviewers Really Want

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Paul Goat Allen has 25+ years of experience reviewing for Publisher's Weekly, BlueInk Review, Barnes & Noble, and Kirkus. In this conversation he looks back at the 10,000+ reviews he's written during the course of his career and reflects on what it takes for a novel to receive a "starred review" and his "Reviewer's Hierarchy of Needs."

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Jacob Baugher

Prof. of Creative Writing, Franciscan University of Steubenville
I have several short stories published on a small Australian press. I created & co-host a writing podcast titled "The Archetypist," wherein we dissect bestselling novels and distill them down to their basic elements in order to create tools for writers. I also taught 400 level creative... Read More →

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Paul Allen

Paul Goat Allen has been reviewing books for more than 25 years. In addition to BlueInk Review, his work has appeared with BarnesandNoble.com, The Chicago Tribune, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, and more. He also teaches in Seton Hill University’s Writing Popular Fiction graduate writing... Read More →

Sunday May 17, 2020 6:00pm - 7:00pm CDT
Athos Stream