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Kimiko Hahn @ Kundiman

QC’s own Kimiko Hahn is being honored at this year’s Kundiman Fall Ball.  If you, don’t know them, Kundiman is an organization devoted to creating space for Asian American writers to explore their identity, and has been doing so for more than a decade. Tickets are pricey, but if you have the funds it’s a […]

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Fair Dancin’ Mad: A Scottish Town’s Ten-Year Fight with Donald Trump

A Special Exhibition October 24 to November 11, 2016 The Center for Fiction’s 2nd Floor Reading Room Photographs by Beowulf Sheehan / Words by Rebecca Donner On October 24th, please join us for the opening of Beowulf Sheehan and Rebecca Donner’s exhibition ‘Fair Dancin’ Mad: A Scottish Town’s Ten-Year Fight with Donald Trump.’ 6:00PM […]

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African Diaspora – A Reading

Friday, October 21st @ 7PM Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop 141 Front St, Brooklyn, New York 11201 FREE Guess which school’s former visiting professor is appearing with one of our core faculty members at this reading? QC, of course!  Aracelis Girmay and Maaza Mengiste are part of the star-studded lineup of the African Diaspora Reading at Berl’s […]

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LitMag Pays $1,000 for Short Stories & $250 for Poetry

File this under: what, really? or I never thought I could actually make money of my writing!, but a brand new literary journal, LitMag, is looking for submissions for their inaugural issue and is offering to pay writers for their work.  (I know, right?!) The journal is being edited by Mark Berley, who was the […]

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Roger Sedarat’s *Foot Faults: Tennis Poems* – Available Now!

We’re all very excited about Roger’s new book Foot Faults, the first book of poems ever devoted to the subject of tennis, which is very exciting because, as tennis great Andre Agassi notes: “It’s no accident, I think, that tennis uses the language of life. Advantage, service, fault, break, love, the basic elements of tennis […]

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Robert Seethaler’s *A Whole Life* – Review by Anne Posten

Just like the movie Inception, MFA alum Anne Posten has a review of Charlotte Collins’ translation of Robert Seethaler’s new novel A Whole Life. Wow, you’re blowing our minds, Anne! Did the top stop spinning? Find out by reading her review, here:

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