Monthly Archives: March 2012

RIP Adrienne Rich, 1929-2012

from “Eastern War Time” An Atlas of the Difficult World (1991) 7. Memory says: Want to do right? Don’t count on me. I’m a canal in Europe where bodies are floating I’m a mass grave   I’m the life that returns … Continue reading

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New Students: Registration

Dear Incoming Fall Students, MFA registration is handled separately from all other registrations. You do not need to do anything about registration right now–please ignore any calls to register that you may receive from the university. I will let you … Continue reading

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Hooray for Sundeen

The Man Who Quit Money is #1 on Amazon’s “Nature & Ecology Essays” section, and it’s in the top 1600 sellers on Amazon. That’s huge! Check it out…

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Character Development Workshop

Hi All, Professor Louisa Burns-Bisogna will be offering a workshop on Saturday, March 31 from 10 am to 12 pm in HI206. Let me know if you would like to attend, my email is Thanks, Kristin SM Workshop: Character … Continue reading

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Book Launch party March 29 in NYC

The college where I teach, LIM, is hosting my book launch party in Midtown Manhattan, next Thursday, March 29th. I’d love it if you can come. Details and RSVP info are below. Blue martinis will be served! You’re Invited to … Continue reading

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Best Travel Writing Solas Awards

Hey everyone, an article I wrote on recent travels to Cuba garnered a bronze in the 2012 Best Travel Writing Solas Awards. Not a huge deal, but I thought I’d make it available here in case anyone’s interested in Cuba … Continue reading

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More Good News

John Roche’s novel Eighty Eight has made another cut in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award. It’s now down to the top 250. Keep your fingers crossed or knock on wood or spit or throw some rice or whatever it is … Continue reading

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