Monthly Archives: December 2013

Perrota Workshop

No reading required for anyone in my history writing session. All that you need to bring are two possible ideas. One for an article, and one for a book. For an article: This is an idea on something in your … Continue reading

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Residency Weather

As you may know, snow is forecast for Thursday and Friday. Regardless of weather, the residency will proceed as scheduled. The Provost has instructed the university to keep the Westside entrance plowed so we can get up and down the … Continue reading

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Kelli Custer’s Workshop in Graduate Assistantships and Teaching

If those of you who intend to attend Kelli Custer’s workshop could drop a note here or email me, I would appreciate it. We’d like to get a sense of how many of you to expect.

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Holub Workshop – required reading?

Hi, not sure if I missed an email or post somewhere, but I can’t seem to find the referenced required reading for this workshop. Can anyone help out on this mystery? David

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Kosek Workshop Prep

Kosek Workshop: “The Poetry of Prose” Hi folks, As noted in the workshop description, please submit to me a short excerpt of fiction, nonfiction, or other prose (1-4 pages or so) before our workshop on January 6. It can be … Continue reading

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Hotel stay for January residency, anyone want to share a room?

Hi everyone, I will be attending the full residency in January. Because of my neurosurgery earlier this month and subsequent recovery, I’m a bit behind on figuring out logistics. Since my driving allowance is limited right now I’m looking at … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flash Fiction Slam and Dave Holub Roast!

Hi Folks,  Sorry if this appears twice, but my first post seems not to be posted.  So here goes again: Immediately after the Tim Weed Reading, head down the hill to the President’s Room at the Maron Hotel for the … Continue reading

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