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HANGING LOOSE PRESS NEW TITLES PARTY

HANGING LOOSE PRESS INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE OUR NEW TITLES Buried Alive: A To-Do List Carole Bernstein Invisible Horses Rosalind Brackenbury Getting to Philadelphia: New & Selected Poems Thomas Devaney Ways to Talk to a Woman Caroline Hagood Anne: A Novel Paal-Helge Haugen (translated by Julia Johanne Tolo) End of the Business Day Robert Hershon […]

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2019 Arts in Education Job Fair

You’re invited to the 2019 Arts in Education Job Fair, presented by the New York City Arts in Education Roundtable, Borough of Manhattan Community College, and Community-Word Project with the Teaching Artist Project Cohort. This May, numerous arts education and cultural organizations from across NYC will come together to engage arts administrators, teaching artists, interns, […]

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Sylvia Beato -Tupelo Quarterly

Speaking of translation, MFA alum Sylvia Mercedes Beato-Davis has two translations in Tupelo Quarterly this month! You can read them by clicking this link! (Yes, this one!) http://www.tupeloquarterly.com/tag/sylvia-beato/?fbclid=IwAR34sL3M4i_Ss4DHZVE9WuyVXTP7gLYjD4OT-dLxOKQuSQK9TxBUfEWdRl4

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Exciting entry-level role for graduating seniors and alumni of Queens College

Kick start your career in NYC! Join Success Academy and an exciting community of educators who want to help grow the future generations of our country by providing groundbreaking education to K-12 students. Candidates from all backgrounds and majors are encouraged to apply, since all successful applicants are provided with an intensive summer training program. […]

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“The Concern of Another Season”: An Interview with Jonathan Larson

MFA alum Jonathan Larson has an interview up on the Los Angeles Review of Books (LARB) blog, wherein he discusses dictionaries, in-betweenness, philosophies of translation, and poetics with JoAnna Novak. It is awesomesauce! “The Concern of Another Season”: An Interview with Jonathan Larson

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A Bronx Tale in Verse – Ariel Francisco

MFA student Ariel Francisco has an interview up on SUM, a #CUNY initiative publishing the research, scholarship, and creative work of faculty and students at The City University of New York​, about his recent poem in The New Yorker​, among other things. Want to see what he means when he says “Whitman filtered through Lorca?” […]

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Roger Sedarat: Hafez and Saadi’s Substantial Impact on the 19th Century U.S. Literary Tradition

QC’s own Roger Sedarat has this awesome essay on Medium, which covers everything from Roger’s scholarly work on 19th Century literature to code switching between two ethnicities. Have you always wanted to know about where Roger grew up, or his plan for the first Persian late night show? Read on!   https://medium.com/@jahandad.memarian/roger-sedarat-sadi-and-hafez-substantially-underpins-much-of-the-19th-century-u-s-b416607631e6?fbclid=IwAR0AqW9YAIJTu1ZDRhG4r6LRuySqA0Bqwt0nDSfFNUEoiIaTH7Suwqsm2lw

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Catch up with Don Kelly!

MFA alum Don Kelly is still writing articles for Spectrum Culture–catch up on all his work here:   https://spectrumculture.com/author/don-kelly/?fbclid=IwAR0p_aHjuQJVeYvQqNr3PVnuiM7wtuMX96xpL1EnlCF_OKdXi8lHFFohxkQ

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What Manga, Anime, and Japanese History Teaches Us About Loving Robots

MFA alum Jonathan Alexandratos wrote this essay on the history of robots in popular culture! C:\>read_this.exe!!! What Manga, Anime, and Japanese History Teaches Us About Loving Robots

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Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowships

Five Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowships in the amount of $25,800 each will be awarded to young poets (ages 21-31) in the U.S. through a national competition sponsored by the Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine. Established in 1989 by the Indianapolis philanthropist Ruth Lilly, the fellowships are intended to encourage the […]

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