Monthly Archives: March 2010

Introducing Kugelmass!

Hi everyone,I wanted to sound the whistle about my latest project, which I am embarking on with the venerable Brian Clements: editing a lit journal. Real quick, it’s called Kugelmass. It’s stories and essays. It’s funny. Print. Twice a year. … Continue reading

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CT events on book tour

I hope you can join me at one of my CT events to celebrate the launch of the fifth Josie Prescott Antiques Mystery, Silent Auction. (A complete listing of my national tour can be found on my website.) Here are … Continue reading

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Tony Soprano in Print

My book review of Salvatore Scibona’s The End, “Tony Soprano Doesn’t Live Here Anymore” was published in this week’s issue of Curator Magazine (www.curatormagazine.com).Thanks to Erik Mortenson and Daniel Asa Rose for helping me develop this into something that someone … Continue reading

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Reminder re: Faculty Requests

Writers in Residence are assigned to students in this priority: 1) thesis students 2) first semester students in Writing in the Primary Genre courses 3) all other students in Writing in the Primary Genre courses, and 4) all other courses. … Continue reading

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Fall Semester and Faculty Requests

It’s that time again. If you would like to request particular faculty members to work with in the Fall, please email those requests to me by March 29. Be sure to align faculty requests with particular courses. After March 29, … Continue reading

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Thanks, Mom

My essay, “First Anniversaries,” is being published in the upcoming Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Mom. Hits bookstores Mar 23. A small deal, but name in print anyway. All over a first anniversary of store-bought pasta and cheap wine. … Continue reading

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Our Roger Boylan on Sorrentino’s Last Novel

Click the title link for Roger’s new piece in the NY Times.

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