Today started with more readings by Scholars (Holly Goddard Jones, Peter Levine and Gardner McFall). I missed the rest of the morning activities because I had my conference with John Casey--nearly an hour and a half at the coffee shop, a terrifically useful discussion about two of my stories.
Our workshop met in the afternoon--a packed couple of hours in which we talked about 3 stories, and then there was James Wood's lecture on Narration, specifically on the virtues of the Free Indirect Style of Narration. He's great and I enjoyed the talk very much, even though it was the same lecture he gave at Bread Loaf last summer. Wyatt Prunty did the evening reading, some old and some new poems.
And tonight is the mid-conference party: The Dance.