Monthly Archives: December 2012

Coping with Newtown

Dear Ones, I hope you will take a look at these important pieces by two of our community members, Onnesha Roychoudhuri and Larissa Lytwyn. bc http://www.vqronline.org/blog/2012/12/19/the-geography-of-mourning/#.UNZOk3CibqQ http://larissalytwyn.wordpress.com/2012/12/22/embracing-the-mentally-ill/ Advertisements

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Ride from bus station Wednesday evening?

Hi everyone. I’m arriving in Danbury by bus (Peter Pan/Greyhound) at 6:30 pm Wednesday, Jan. 2, and staying at the Maron near campus. Is anyone available to pick me up? As I am a newish faculty member not that familiar … Continue reading

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My Piece in the Wall Street Journal

Hi, Everyone and Happy Holidays, My first piece in the Wall Street Journal is now live! Looking forward to seeing you soon, Alissa  

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Diverse Voices Quarterly

Hi Everyone! Please check out my short story “Somebody’s Sweetheart” (for free) in Diverse Voices Quarterly, Volume 4, Issue 16. Just click on the issue’s cover to download the issue: http://www.diversevoicesquarterly.com/2012/12/issue-16/

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Residency Workshops

A quick reminder to everyone to check the descriptions of the residency workshops you signed up for–if you have any prep work for the workshop, it will be described there, with the exception of my workshop (I will be sending … Continue reading

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Serving Coffee to Mourners

I’ve added a new blog post to Six Loose Cannons. It is to remind everyone to take a moment at 9:30am EST tomorrow, December 21, 2012 to remember the victims at Sandy Hook. Peace to everyone Anne Marie

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The Fifteenth Station by E.K. Mortenson

From E.K.: This past summer, my manuscript, “The Fifteenth Station,” won the Accents Publishing Chapbook Competition. As I was writing the poems in it, I decided that, should they ever be published, I would donate all profits–yes, I said ALL–to … Continue reading

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