Just a friendly reminder that your thesis proposal and Enrichment Project description is due by the end of the day. Please email them to me at: email@example.com
Feel free to contact me with any questions. Looking forward to reading these!
All the best,
Dear Faculty and Students,
As I mentioned at the summer residency, I put together a brief survey to help me gather some information about our program. Part feedback, part suggestion box, the survey is anonymous and open to everyone. Please take a moment in the next week or so to complete it.
Feel free to email me if you have any questions or concerns.
Hope the semester is going well for everyone. Attached is a posting from Sundress Publications about internship opportunities. Check it out!
Hope the semester is treating you all well. My latest book, the hybrid cocktail recipe/fiction anthology Mixed Up: Cocktail Recipes (and Flash Fiction) for the Discerning Drinker (and Reader)is out now. Well, to a certain extent. It will arrive in most bookstores on October 3, but Amazon.com jumped the gun and started shipping two weeks ago.
It’s a handsome volume:
The anthology includes recipes and anecdotes/flavor text from Molly Tanzer, and short-short stories by authors including WestConn MFA mentor Libby Cudmore, bestseller Jeff VanderMeer, Carmen Maria Machado (whose own short story collection is poised to do extremely well this autumn), novelist and writing teacher Benjamin Percy, and many others. Some of you may remember a residency workshop on proposals back a couple of years ago—you saw the proposal for this book, then called Flash Cocktails.
So if short stories, multiple genres of fiction between the same covers, gift books, or cocktail culture is something you’re interested in, why not pick it up now?
The New England chapter of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators is holding a one-day conference on September 23rd and October 21st. There will be great workshops and opportunities for networking! Click here for more information!
Fairfield University’s Low-Residency MFA program in Creative Writing anticipates having an opening for a screenwriting mentor with secondary specialization in poetry, fiction, or nonfiction. This is a part-time position requiring participating in two residencies per year, one in mid-July and one in late December-early January, both in Connecticut, and individual mentoring of students during the semesters. If you have these qualifications and are interested in learning more, please email a CV and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. Information on the Fairfield MFA program available at: https://www.fairfield.edu/…/mfa-in-creative-writing/ People of color, women, disabled, and LGBTQ people encouraged to apply.
My latest short story, “The Spook School”, is now live on Nightmare Magazine, which is the leading online venue for horror and dark fantasy fiction. If you write horror, this market should be at the top of your submission list.
Check it out!