Monthly Archives: November 2011

DO NOT REGISTER!

FOLKS, As I said in my email to you yesterday, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REGISTER until I announce open registration for the MFA program. Even though you are ABLE to register at this moment, we are not ready for you … Continue reading

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Juniper Summer Writing Institute

I have been invited to nominate two students for scholarships to the Juniper Summer Writing Institute (http://www.umass.edu/juniperinstitute/institute.html) at UMass in June. The applicatin deadline is April 2. If you think you might be interested, check out the web site and … Continue reading

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Jennifer Haigh and Nahid Rachlin Featured at January Residency

Jennifer Haigh is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Condition; Baker Towers, winner of the 2006 PEN/L.L. Winship Award for outstanding book by a New England author; and Mrs. Kimble, which won the PEN/Hemingway Award for debut … Continue reading

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A Note of Caution

If you are a part-time student (that is, if you haven’t been taking a full load of courses each semester), I encourage you to log into Banner and check your transcript to make sure that you are on track with … Continue reading

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Books for OMGW in Spring

Those of you who will be in my OMGW in the spring (which is third and fourth semester students–first and second semester students will have Holly Azevedo) will have the option of reading one of these four books for your … Continue reading

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What We Sign Up For now available

Hey folks! My new book, What We Sign Up For, has just come out from Pecan Grove Press. And it’s available of Amazon too! Lisa

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New post to Six Loose Cannons

I just finished a project for writing in the second genre (second genre being multimedia writing). I’ve written about it on my new blog post. The project has inspired me to pursue creating a full length documentary film about the … Continue reading

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