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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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Louis Armstrong Residency for Spring 2018

We are happy to announce the 10th annual 2017-2018 Louis Armstrong House & Museum writers-in-residence. Please join me in congratulating MFA students Christopher Guzman, Nadia Masir, Megan Pindling! I look forward to the work that they will develop over the semester. We had many talented applicants who I want to also thank for their interest […]

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A Press Award for Camila Santos???

Camila Santos recently took part in Masks of the Quotidian, a multidisciplanary exhibit inspired by interviews with Brazilian women living in Astoria, Long Island City and Woodside. That event has now been nominated for a Brazilian International Press Award for Best Cultural Event!  Will Camila win?  That’s up to you–vote now! http://pressawards.us/ And, I believe, […]

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FEBRUARY FIVE DRIVE: Rockaway Writers Workshop

MFA alum Claire Van Winkle is doing a micro-fundraiser for the Rockaway Writers Workshop she runs.  If you’re interested in supporting her in this project, a little bit goes a long way! http://mailchi.mp/3462d3326ce9/rwws-february-five-drive

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Furrow Magazine – Call for Submissions

Call for Submissions If you’ve seen outstanding undergraduate art or writing this year, please reach out to your students and let them know that Furrow Magazine is open for submissions for our 2018 issue. We publish undergraduate art, fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and comics in a beautiful, full-color print issue each May, and we feature new work each month […]

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