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Scholastic Awards Juror Recruitment

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are seeking esteemed writers to serve as 2018 National Writing Jurors on the following final round panels: American Voices, Best in Grade, Civic Expression Award, Flash Fiction and New York Life Award.   Incentives to Serve as a Writing Juror It’s an opportunity for jurors to promote their latest […]

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KGB: Nicole Cooley & Kimiko Hahn

Tuesday, November 28 KGB BAR 85 East 4th Street in Manhattan 7:00 pm Head down to KGB Bar for a Queens College MFA double feature! Kimiko Hahn (*Brood,* forthcoming) and Nicole Cooley (*Girl after Girl after Girl*) will both be sharing new work, which is just double the reason to go! See you there! —————– […]

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Ethan Kaplan – Birdhouse Prize

Ghostbird Press is thrilled to announce Ethan Kaplan is the winner of the first Birdhouse Prize. His play Imitatio will be published by Ghostbird Press. ~ Thank you to all entrants!  The MFA thesis manuscripts were, without exception, strong works of poetry, fiction, memoir, playwriting and translation. We would also like to thank Prof. Nicole Cooley, Director of the […]

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Two poems // Senia Hardwick

MFA student Senia Hardwick has two poems up on TL;DR Magazine! https://www.tldrmagazine.com/single-post/2017/09/27/Two-poems-Senia-Hardwick Don’t be cruel–go read them!  (That joke will make much more sense once you see that one of the poems is called “The Art of Cruelty Index,” which is, again, why you should read them poems!)

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Zakia Henderson-Brown Wins the 2017 PSA Chapbook Fellowship

MFA alum Zakia Henderson-Brown is among the winners of this year’s chapbook prizes from the Poetry Society of America! http://www.poetrysociety.org/psa/awards/chapbook_fellowship/ Congratulations, Zakia!  We’re so proud of you!

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How Star Trek Makes Me a Better Teacher

MFA alum Jonathan Alexandratos has a teaching secret: Star Trek. Set phasers to stunned, and boldly go where no man (or woman) has gone before, by reading this essay about pedagogy and fandom: http://www.womenatwarp.com/how-star-trek-makes-me-a-better-teacher/

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