Monthly Archives: June 2010

Create Your Own Writer’s Retreat

Hello everyone. I’ve inherited a wonderful cottage in Ellisville, MA – the southernmost tip of Plymouth, about 5 minutes from the Sagamore Bridge onto Cape Cod and about a 20-30 minute drive to Hyannis. Beaches, restaurants, hiking trails, bike trails, … Continue reading

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Residency Schedule and Peer Workshops

The residency schedule is up! You’ll find the link on the MFA web page ( under the Residencies section. Also, a┬áreminder that the peer workshops are self-organized this residency. I haven’t seen any chatter on this issue, so I can … Continue reading

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Residency Workshops

Click on the title link to go to the residency workshop selection page. Once there, you can click the workshop name to get a description. Please make your workshop selections by July 13; you will receive immediate confirmation of your … Continue reading

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Editorial Assistant Needed

Firewheel Editions/Sentence: a Journal of Prose Poetics/Kugelmass are in need of an Editorial Assistant or two to be in the office at least 3 hours per week. Duties will include submission and subscription tracking, correspondence with authors and editors, press/journal … Continue reading

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New Blog

I decided I wasn’t wasting enough time, so I started blogging…

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New Story in DARK FAITH

Hey all. I just got the contributor copy for my latest anthology appearance, in Apex Publications’ book of religion and horror, Dark Faith. My story is “The Last Words of Dutch Schultz Jesus Christ”, and I’m pretty pleased. The book … Continue reading

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Peer Workshops at August Residency

We’re going to handle the Peer Workshops a bit differently this time. Rather than group you all into sections by genre, I’m going to throw the doors open and let you self-organize. Use the comments space under this post to … Continue reading

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