October 2013 Achievements
Students and Alumni
Sarah Cedeno (MFAW ’14) was interviewed for The Missouri Review’s Working Writers Series.
Emily Scott (MFAW ’12) had three of her poems published in the October 1, 2013, Volume 1, Issue 3 of Spilt Infinitive, a digital literary magazine.
Trisha Winn (MFAW ’14) is a Finalist in Hippocampus Magazine’s Remember in November 2013 contest, for her creative nonfiction piece, “Not ‘Yes.”
Kenny Fries presented “Disability Arts and Disability Studies in the United States and Canada” at the meeting of the German Disability Studies Working Group at the University of Hamburg, in Hamburg, Germany.
Bea Gates’ poetry chapbook: Dos is available for pre-order from Finishing Line Press. See forthcoming books by title or author at Finishing Line Press. Release date is January 24, 2014 (print run determined by pre-orders)
Michael Klein’s poem, “The Talking Day,” which appears in his book of the same title, has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Rachel Pollack’s play, Tyrant Oidipous, was given a reading at the Half Moon Writers Constellation in Poughkeepsie, New York on November 5th.
Paul Selig signed books and offered a workshop at Spirit Dancer Books in Burlington, VT on October 19th. On October 24th, he signed books and gave a talk at the Arc Bookstore in Santa Fe, New Mexico.