Monthly Archives: September 2010

Opportunity to Meet with Tim O’Brien

As part of the One Book, One Community program, Tim O’Brien will be speaking on the WestConn campus on Tuesday, October 26th. A few graduate students will be able to meet with him before his evening presentation. If you are … Continue reading

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Happy Blogoversary to Me!

Hi everyone, While I have learned a thing or two about blogging, my posts are all over the lot. Hence, the title, Odds, Ends, and Beginnings! Help me celebrate — stop by and say hello. Tell me what you think? … Continue reading

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One Book, One Community 2010

This year’s book selection: The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien Click on the title link for information, and take advantage of the many programs this forum provides. Events, including book discussions and film screenings, run throughout October 2010, culminating … Continue reading

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The Rectangle

Hey guys, just thought maybe I’d share some good news: The poem I submitted last spring to The Rectangle (a national journal!) has finally reached a decision. I’ll be published in their 2011 and 86th issue! This poem is the … Continue reading

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Battle Runes Anthology t publish my work

Hi all, wanted to share the great news! I’ve just had 9 poems accepted for inclusion in an anthology called Battle Runes published by Editions Bibliotekos. It is due out next year.

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Writer in Residence Positions, Fordham

A research-based English department with a growing undergraduate creative writing program and an M.A. with writing concentration seeks two Writers in Residence: a Fiction writer (with secondary expertise in Creative Non-Fiction or Poetry preferred) and a Creative Non-Fiction writer (with … Continue reading

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Haunted Legends, four years in the making

In January 2007, I came up with an idea for an anthology so obvious nobody had bothered doing it before—”true” regional ghost stories written by real writers instead of by the local weirdo. It’s almost four years later, and after … Continue reading

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