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A Public Space – Open Call – Multicultural Identity

A Public Space is looking for poetry by emerging writers who identify as first-generation immigrants and are interested in what it means to write within the conjunction of a multicultural identity. (If that isn’t Queens, I don’t know what is!) Check it out:

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My Husband Is Worse Than a Madman: He’s a Man—Translated from the French by Yves Henri Cloarec

Excellent news: MFA alum Yves Cloarec has just published a translation of the novel My Husband Is Worse Than a Madman: He’s a Man, by Nassur Attoumani! The novel is both a critique of toxic male behavior and a biting satire of the effects of colonialism on small nations. It’s sure to be riveting, so […]

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“To Claim What Has Tried to Claim Me”: A Roundtable on Asian-American Poetics

QC’s own Kimiko Hahn is part of this week’s New Yorker poetry podcast!  Go listen to her conversation on Asian-American poetics with Monica Youn, Paul Tran, and Megan Fernandes, and, of course, host Kevin Young!

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STRANGER PRAYER – Francesca Hyatt

This just in: MFA student Francesca Hyatt has a new essay, “Stranger Prayer,” up right now on Killing the Buddha.  Check it out! 

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Happy Day from Pandora’s Box: Save the Dates for Feb Events!

Hi Lovelies! You’re invited! Join us for our first Creative Showcase, “Vibrating Hope,” featuring the creative arts of our salon members Garima Soni, Melissa St. P. and Emeka Chima, plus collaborative arts from Pandora’s Box! (If you’ve been wondering what we do during the co-creating happening of our arts space, this may be your opportunity to be inspired to join […]

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Internship Opportunity for MFA Students

The Oyster River Pages (ORP) Internship is designed for individuals who align themselves with the values and creative expressions the journal embodies. ORP seeks to promote underrepresented voices in publication, believing that fostering diversity is the key to a more productive and compassionate society. We see artistic expression as holding potential in liminal spaces so that individuals and groups […]

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