Mentorships are conducted by email, and are available in blocks of one, two, or four hours. Writers wishing to have their work critiqued should expect that DCWM authors will work at a pace of approximately ten pages of double-spaced prose per hour, and slower for poetry.
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Rebecca Barry is the author of Later at the Bar, A Novel in Stories, which was a New York Times Editor's Choice and aNew York Times Notable Book in 2007. Her fiction has appeared in publications such as Ploughshares, One Story, Ecotone, Mid American Review, Tin House, and The Best New American Voices. Her nonfiction has appeared in The New York Times Book Review, theWashington Post Magazine, Real Simple, Details, The New York Times Magazine, and Babble, among other places. She's also had nonfiction in The Best American Travel Writing and One Big Happy Family (an anthology edited by Rebecca Walker). She lives in upstate New York with two small children who she writes about on her blog, The Main Street Diaries. Her website is www.rebeccabarry.net.