Monthly Archives: July 2014

Poor Yorick Basket

We’ll be including this Poor Yorick skull made by Melissa Willette at Abielle Jewelry and Custom Painted Skulls in the basket at residency.     Advertisements

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Poor Yorick at Residency

Hi All! We will be doing the Poor Yorick basket auction again this year! Each morning, there will be a basket in the Ballroom you can check out and bid on. Baskets will be on display all day and after … Continue reading

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Closing Event of Residency

Folks, I’m pleased to announce that, back by popular demand, the Second Annual MFA Poker Tournament will cap off our residency week. Thursday evening (August 7) at 7:30 at the Maron, there will be a poker tournament fundraiser with all … Continue reading

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Reading for “Borrowed Structures” Workshop

Just a reminder to everyone who is taking my Borrowed Structures workshop on Tuesday, August 5: It’s ESSENTIAL that you carefully read the short story “Anubis” by Paul Murray in advance of the workshop. Shouldn’t take you more than an … Continue reading

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Residency Schedule Change

Folks, I am sorry to report that, due to unforeseen circumstances, Elizabeth Cohen will not be able to join us for the residency. This change means that Nick Mamatas’s workshop will be the lone event on the morning of Monday, … Continue reading

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Medical Writing Workshop

  If you signed up for the Medical Writing Workshop on Sunday morning, August 3 and have not received links to the readings, send your email address to me at haydenl@wcsu.edu and I’ll  get those to you.  See all soon, … Continue reading

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Literary New England Radio Show

Hi everyone, It was a special pleasure to chat recently with Literary New England Radio Show host Cindy Wolfe Boynton about my new YA novel, Will Poole’s Island. We discussed the genesis of the book, some of the historical research that … Continue reading

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