Monthly Archives: May 2016

Buzzed Launch Party

Hi, Everyone, I’m excited to announce that at long last my debut book is coming out. Buzzed: Beers, Booze, & Coffee Brews, Where to Enjoy the Best Craft Beverages in New England. My publisher, Islandport Press, is throwing a launch … Continue reading

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Poor Yorick Blog

Summertime is a great time to contribute to our own Poor Yorick Journal. We are currently planning a series on the Haas Library archives. Past posts have covered topics from ghosts, graveyards and vampires, to mirrors and museums, nature and … Continue reading

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Graduate Assistantships

A reminder to all students interested in Graduate Assistantships–you must file a new Assistantship application for each semester. I highly recommend that you file your application for the fall as soon as possible.

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Enrichment Presentations

So far, I have no one signed up for enrichment presentations. Going once…

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HANZAI JAPAN a finalist for the Locus Award

I am pretty pleased right now. My latest anthology, Hanzai Japan, a cross-genre collection of science fictional and fantastical crime/mystery stories, is a finalist for the Locus Award in the Anthology category.     Competition includes work edited by…*gulp* George … Continue reading

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My Interview with Pine Hills Review

Those of you who will be taking my workshop in August may find some of this interview, just out today, interesting. http://pinehillsreview.strose.edu/brianclementsqa/  

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The Garfields

MFA Mentor Hank Garfield has written the Introduction to a new book about the shooting and death of Hank’s great-great grandfather, President James Garfield. The book is due out in September. http://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/product/Murdering-the-President,677268.aspx

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