Monthly Archives: May 2009

They Said I Am A Finalist

My short story, The Butcher, the Surgeon and Me, has just been named a finalist in March 2009 Glimmer Train Fiction Open. Me?I want to thank Don Snyder for first saying out that the story had potentials when he read … Continue reading

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Enrichment Presentations

If you need to present your Enrichment Project at the August residency, please let me know ASAP–preferably by tomorrow–so I can get you on the schedule.

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Miranda Spring Issue is Available in Print and Online

Miranda Literary Magazine Spring 2009 is circulating. Check it out, submit your work, check out our anthology publication and other news. Have a great summer.Ron Samul / WestConn MFA Grad 2008 / Miranda Magazinep.s. Internships and other programs available.

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Top Small Press Seeking Marketing Director

Sarabande Books, an independent, nonprofit, literary press established in 1994, is seeking a Marketing Director/Development Assistant. We are looking for an individual with a strong commitment to contemporary poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction, as well as superior organizational and … Continue reading

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Possible Internship Opportunity

Hi There West CONN folks, I graduated from this program last May (2008) and am now working with one of my then thesis advisors, poet and teacher Cecilia Woloch, on a couple of her projects. See http://www.ceciliawoloch.com for more info. … Continue reading

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Commencement

Was great to have so many of this year’s grads participating in commencement this year! Congrats to all, and here’s hoping everyone got home safe and sound. See (most of) you in August… bc

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Graduate Commencement – 5/22 – Arrive by 6:15PM

Hi, For those of you participating in the graduate commencement this Friday, the 22nd: I couldn’t find info on when we needed to be at the O’Neill Center, so I talked to Chris Shankle of the Graduate Studies office. He … Continue reading

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