Monthly Archives: May 2014

Short Story Accepted To DarkFuse

Hello MFAers/Alum/The Ever Wondrous BC, One of my short stories from thesis, “Ritual” has just been accepted for publication in DarkFuse’s anthology series. This actually came as some very good news during a very stressful week and I’m happy to … Continue reading

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Reading in Ridgefield

Folks, I will be reading in Ridgefield for the Grand Reopening of the Ridgefield Library on Saturday, June 7 at 5:00 along with poets Jonathan Gillman, Ralph Nazareth, and Arthur Pfister, as well as the Doug White Jazz Trio. If … Continue reading

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Nonfiction Press

Nonfiction writers, Hudson Whitman is a new press interested in publishing nonfiction titles. They’ve asked me to let you know that they are actively seeking proposals. They say: “we acquire, develop, and publish books that we feel can make a … Continue reading

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Mentor Daniel Asa Rose — book to movie!

Mentor Daniel Asa Rose’s marvelous memoir, LARRY’S KIDNEY, is scheduled to be made into a movie. Will Ferrell will play Daniel! I’m completely thrilled for him and excited to hear the details! It’s rare that books are optioned and rarer … Continue reading

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Poor Yorick Journal Meeting 5/19

Hi All, There will be a Poor Yorick meeting on Monday 5/19 4:30-6:00 in WA 315. If you are interest in either joining the staff or seeing how things are progressing with the journal, please come to the meeting!  We have … Continue reading

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To Thine Own Self Be True…

saw this yesterday..too cool not to share Kurt Vonnegut’s Rules for Reading Fiction A term paper assignment from the author of Slaughterhouse-Five.  Suzanne McConnell, one of Kurt Vonnegut’s students in his “Form of Fiction” course at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, … Continue reading

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Dear WCSU Fiction Writers,

Be glad you are in a low-res program. James Franco says so. He actually also has a few other interesting things to say about MFA programs. http://www.thecommononline.org/features/why-i-love-mfa

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