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About brclements

Professor Western Connecticut State University

OMG III Meeting at Res

I sent out an email message to everyone registered for my section of OMG (to your WCSU email addresses), but I’m copying the info here with hopes that everyone who doesn’t check WCSU email will get it here. The questions … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Graduates!

Dear Spring 2018 Graduates– Congratulations! It pains me to say so, but I am unable to attend this year’s commencement, as I will be in DC attending my daughter’s commencement. But I wanted to let you all know how proud … Continue reading

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Beacon Press is Hiring…

…in their Publicity Department. If anyone here is going to apply, let me know and I’ll put in a good word. http://www.beacon.org/Assets/ClientPages/Openings.aspx  

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Off-Site Event at AWP

I hope any of you who are attending AWP will come to the off-site event at University of Tampa for my book, Bullets into Bells: Poets and Citizens Respond to Gun Violence. I will be reading along with my co-editors … Continue reading

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Two Jobs in Durango

Our friend and MFA alum David Holub started a weekly alternative culture mag in Durango, CO called DGO. He has established a great publication and is stepping down from the editorship–so they’re searching for a new editor and also hiring … Continue reading

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Release Event in Boston

If any of you live near or will happen to be in/near Boston on Dec. 13, I hope you’ll pop in! Bullets into Bells Event Flyer BPL. SCHEDULED POETS AND GUESTS INCLUDE: EDITORS: Brian Clements, Dean Rader, Alexandra Teague with an … Continue reading

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New Book

Greetings, all–just a quick note to let you know that my new book (I co-edited it) is now available for pre-order and will be available on Dec. 5. This book is a complex discussion of a complex issue–gun violence. It … Continue reading

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