On behalf of the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference Board of Stewards and the alumni community of the Goddard College MFAW program, we want to extend our congratulations and warmest welcome to those who graduated during the recent Port Townsend residency: Pam Dionne Kimi Hardesty Sean Hart Mitch Inclan Tina Ontiveros Erik Rodgers We wish […]
MFAW-WA alumna Cara Lang turned one of her annotations on Bhanu Kapil’s Schizophrene into a review and it’s been published by a Canadian journal carte blanche. Cara has also had two poems appear in the May issue of Chaleur. And finally, Cara is also reviewing books for a quarterly magazine, subTerrain.
The 2018 Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat took place last week–here are a few snapshots! If you missed this year’s Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat, we hope you’ll think about joining […]
MFAW-WA alumnus James Gapinksi has had two chapbooks published this year, Messiah Tortoise and Edge of the Known Bus Line. Here are the press releases for each: In Edge of the Known Bus Line, a woman’s daily commute takes an abrupt turn when she’s dropped off in a grotesque shantytown. The townsfolk live in […]
MFAW-WA alumna Liz Kellebrew’s prose poem, “Flood, Fire, Mountain,” will appear in Writers Resist: The Anthology 2018, coming this October from Running Wild Press. There are also plans for a reading at AWP ’19 in Portland, OR. And here, from the publisher’s website, is how the anthology came into being: It began November 9, 2016, in a […]
For those of you already registered to attend the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat, here’s what awaits! And if you’re not signed up but would like to make a last-minute reservation to join us, there are still spaces available–please see the CWC website for information and registration materials. Monday, July 2 11:00 – […]
Here in the contemplative realms of the Mathematisch-Physikalischer Salon, I’ve lost track of time. I wander among timepieces and pendulums, spheres that chart the stars, and Earth globes with halos of hours at their poles, each artifact a survivor from its Renaissance birth through the firebombing of Dresden in World War II. Having lain undisturbed during the Iron Curtain years, these relics have arrived intact at the Age of Digitalia…
Clockhouse‘s sixth volume is still in its final production stages, but we’re able to give you an idea of what to expect with Sarah Cedeño’s “Note from the Editorial Director.” As always, there will be a special Preview Reading of the new Clockhouse volume during the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat, and every CWC&R participant […]
2018 marks two milestones in my life.
This past March, I turned 40, which everyone assures me is the new 30. (It’s also, unsurprisingly, the old 60, but no one wants to talk about that.) To celebrate my fortieth birthday, my husband attempted to coerce me into having a celebration worthy of the occasion, a lavish gathering of family and friends and colleagues, crammed into a modestly priced rental hall to eat finger foods we didn’t cook set to music we only vaguely remembered selecting. I refused. Does anybody really need to see me drunk and dancing awkwardly to another Macklemore song about inclusion? I don’t think so.
MFAW-VT alumna Julia Bouswma’s first book of poems, Work by Bloodlight is a finalist for a Maine Book Award. The winners of the 2018 Maine Literary Awards will be revealed live at a ceremony at SPACE Gallery in downtown Portland. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the ceremony begins at 7:00 p.m. There will be hors d’oeuvres, a […]