Monthly Archives: February 2015

Swimming to Cambodia

I will be screening Swimming to Cambodia in my class on campus this evening (Higgins Annex 202B) on a big screen. All MFA students and faculty are welcome to join us! Advertisements

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Paid Internships in NYC at TPM

I can think of several MFA students who would be great for this… Thanks to Sarah Littman for sharing! TPM is looking for a Features Intern to assist with The Slice, our new features and essay section that gets to … Continue reading

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Why You Should Be Checking the AWP Job List

In the last two days, 45 writing jobs (not teaching jobs, writing jobs–a couple in CT, several allowing remote work, jobs for Nintendo, university publicity and marketing departments, hospitals, magazines, Law.com, newspapers, television stations, Nestle, and so on) have been … Continue reading

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Fall Assistantship Available

Unfortunately, Cara Petitti will be graduating this Spring (hooray, but, boo!), and the program will lose our priceless office assistant! I’ll leave it to Cara to report on what an excellent learning opportunity working in the office is (program communication, promotion, media … Continue reading

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Garth Stein to Appear on Campus

On Saturday, March 21st, at 6:30 p.m., Byrd’s Books will host New York Times bestselling author, Garth Stein, in the Ruth Haas Library at WCSU with a reading & presentation on his new novel, A Sudden Light, followed by a … Continue reading

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A Fairly New Journal Looking for Submissions from Grad Students

Looks decent! http://birdsthumb.org/

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Conferences

Here is my annual pitch for those of you who are interested in teaching careers to attend some conferences. You need them on your c.v. to show potential employers that you are professionally active. Here’s a good one that would … Continue reading

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