Monthly Archives: October 2010

If you find yourself in the Boston Area…

On November 6th, I’ll be part of a reading for the anthology hell strung and crooked. The reading will be at: OUTPOST 186182½ Hampshire StInman SqCambridge, MA8pmFree If you’re in (that) town, stop by. Great poets, great readers, GREAT anthology…

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Calling all (prose) Poets!

Hey all you (prose) poets: I recently had a couple of prose poems accepted for a new anthology forthcoming in 2011 published by Equinox Publishing. This is called, CLASSIFIEDS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF PROSE POEMS [ISBN 978-0-9845659-1-7; $19.95; PUBLICATION DATE: 2011] … Continue reading

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Registration Heads Up & Mentor Assignments

FYI, registration will be conducted online this year beginning Wednesday, December 1st, 2010. (If you’re seeing an October 29th date, that is for undergraduate, not graduate, students.) NOTE:      — If you have not sent me a mentor request form, … Continue reading

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Blogging for BAP

Greetings, everyone! I hope you’re all having a good semester. Here’s one of my projects this semester: I’m the Sunday blogger for Best Americn Poetry through the end of the year. You can click the title bar above for a … Continue reading

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MFA Student Discount for CNF Subscriptions

Creative Nonfiction magazine is offering a discount subscription for MFA students.  I have 20 coupons available for you to request 4 issues for $12 (a $20 savings off the normal 4-issue subscription rate).  Send me a note and we’ll put a coupon … Continue reading

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Red Room Scandalously Short Story Contest

I don’t even know if this is a big deal or not, but I am a semi-finalist for the Red Room Scandalously Short Story Contest. Out of “hundreds” of entries, I made the top 10. I guess time will tell … Continue reading

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MFA Mentor wins Essay Prize

Dick Cass, a mentor in the MFA program, recently won the Community Division of the essay contest associated with Danbury’s One Book, One Community program, which is reading Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried. Cass’s essay My Father’s Grin will … Continue reading

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