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A Better Universe

QC alum Jonathan Alexandratos (Drama) is premiering a documentary at Denver Comic Con this year called A Better Universe, which takes you inside the weird and wonderful inner life of comic books by following Jonathan as he catalogs his father’s impressive collection, and bridges the rift between father and son. Get out of the mylar […]

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Seeking Submissions for the James Baldwin Review

The James Baldwin Review (JBR), an annual peer-reviewed journal, is seeking submissions to be featured as an award-winning graduate student essay for its inaugural issue. An Open Access online publication, The James Baldwin Review will bring together a wide array of peer-reviewed critical and creative work on the life, writings, and legacy of James Baldwin. […]

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It’s Open Season On Ugly Ducklings

Ugly Duckling Presse, that fantastic independent publisher, is looking for chapbook manuscript submissions from writers who have not yet published a book. (Could I be any more clear that means you?) All genres welcomed. More information will be posted on their submissions page, in the coming weeks: http://www.uglyducklingpresse.org/contact/submissions/ And be sure to sign up for […]

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Drew Biscardi in a Headlock

Or, rather, QC alum Drew Biscardi (Poetry) had a poem published by Headlock Press. Go ahead and read “Dirty,” while Drew struggles to get out that headlock and into a full nelson: http://www.headlockpress.com/main/writings.asp?PID=0&Password=&storyid=1205&action=Poems It’s a young company, with a spare website, but that seems fitting, as they strive to publish writing that is essential and […]

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Bowery Arts and Science – 2014 Summer Season Application

Bowery Arts & Science (aka, Bowery Poetry Club) is looking for panels and acts for its upcoming summer season. You down with BPC? I know you are. The deadline is the Friday, so check it out right now: Bowery Arts and Science is pleased to announce an open call for June-September 2014 programming at Bowery […]

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European Voices in Translation

Saturday, May 10th @ 1PM – 8PM Goethe Institut Boston 170 Beacon Street, Boston, MA General Admission $10 Looking for a good weekend trip? The Center for the Study of Europe, in collaboration with the Goethe Institut Boston and the literary journal AGNI, announces the first annual European Voices Festival: European Voices in Translation. Join […]

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Bed Monologues With Panagiota Lilikaki

Put on your jammies and head down to The Flea Theatre for a staged reading of QC alum Panagiota Lilikaki’s play, Bed Monologues, this Wednesday. Bed Monologues Wednesday, May 7th @ 7PM The Flea Theatre 41 White Street The reading will be directed by Brandon Stock, and will feature Leslie Erin Roth in the role […]

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One Story, One Workshop

One Story’s week-long summer Workshop for Writers at the Center for Fiction in Manhattan is designed to help you revise existing work, hone your craft, generate new work, and learn more about the world of publishing. Each morning, workshop instructors Will Allison and Marie-Helene Bertino, both editors and published authors, will lead workshops which focus […]

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Cuba in Splinters

QC alum Hillary Gulley has translated an anthology of new Cuban fiction called Cuba In Splinters.  Hillary is incredibly talented, and this new volume from OR Books where she translates work from eleven different writers, is proof of that. About the book, from the OR Books website: “Think Cuba, you’re likely to think bearded revolutionaries […]

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Oh, Bernice! and DOE Deathmatch

Last weekend brought you another installment of the Oh, Bernice! Reading Series, which is run by a collective of graduates of the MFA program, which featured not only a top-notch reading from Maya Pindyck, Jess Zimmerman, and (QC alum) Jason Fischedick, but also another game show: DOE Deathmatch. (What else could you expect, from the […]

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