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No, Dear 10th Anniversary Dance Party

* * * Join No, Dear as we celebrate our 10 Year Anniversary * * * T H I S  F R I D A Y  N I G H T  @  The Ace Hotel, 20 W 29th St, NYC Doors @ 7:30 Readings @ 8 DJ Jive Poetic @ 9 Dancing + Readings til late […]

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Submit to Epiphany Mag!

MFAers!  Epiphany is taking open submissions from now until March 1st.  It’s a great journal, so submit your stuff, ASAP!  (Plus, for further incentive, MFA alum Camila Santos is a reader of the fiction submissions there.) Submit your work here: https://epiphanymagazine.submittable.com/submit/

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Rob Gunther, Slate Magazine

MFA alum Rob Gunther has written an article for Slate on our uneven democracy–check it out: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/02/if-we-want-to-have-a-just-society-we-need-to-start-giving-police-officers-parking-tickets.html

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NYSCA FY2019 Grants

Maybe you have a project you’ve always wanted to do, but needed a little money for? NYFA can help! —————— New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) allocates large-scale funding to New York State nonprofit organizations and individual artists with a fiscal sponsor. NYSCA application guidelines are announced each winter, and artists and organizations receive […]

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A Tennis Player’s Guide to the Resistance

MFA alum Brian Kim uses tennis as a metaphor for living in the Trump era in his essay, here: https://brianmatthewkim.com/blog-posts/2018/1/28/a-tennis-players-guide-to-the-resistance

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One Day Winter Classes at Poets House

If you’re looking to spice up your winter, you might think about taking a one day workshop at the fabulous Poets House.  They’ve got two offerings you might consider, coming up in February: Special One Day Workshops Raising the Stakes—Maximizing Rhetorical Devices in Poetry with Sarah Blake Saturday, January 27, 12:00-4:00pm Fee $95 In workshops, […]

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