Monthly Archives: February 2016

MFA vs. CIA

Take a look at this essay by former winner of the Housatonic Book Award in fiction, Jennifer duBois http://www.laphamsquarterly.org/roundtable/mfa-vs-cia

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Two Bits in the Locus Award Poll

Hey all,   If you are at all interested in science fiction, I recommend reading Locus Magazine, which is the trade journal of the field. It doesn’t publish fiction, but does publish interviews, reviews, and publishing news for the industry … Continue reading

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An Update

I’m super excited to share that I’ll be presenting on a panel at UCONN’s 11th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Writing on March 25th.  Alongside two UNH colleagues,  I’ll be speaking about how I use digital tools to model process for my … Continue reading

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Part-Time Work in Danbury Area

Michael Grabell has shared this announcement from a non-profit in Danbury; they clearly need someone who can write! This position lines up especially well for some of you who have worked on Poor Yorick, for reasons you will see below… … Continue reading

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Publishing opportunity for young poets

The Hopper, a literary magazine from Green Writers Press, is seeking submissions for its inaugural 2016 poetry contest. The Hopper Prize for Young Poets celebrates young poets with an identified interest in the natural world and whose work explores how … Continue reading

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Managing Editor Position

The Gettysburg Review, a fine and long-established literary journal, is looking for a new Managing Editor: https://gettysburg.peopleadmin.com/postings/1613  

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MFA Graduate Teaches Abroad

MFA Alumnus Rebecca Simas shares her experience teaching in a small island off of Japan. Check it out here!  

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