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The Studios at MASS MoCA : A Residency/Workshop for Writers

The Studios at MASS MoCA, a residency/workshop for writers, with Jeffrey Levine, Jim Schley, Lawrence Raab, and Carol Ann Davis of Tupelo Press April 21 – April 27, 2017 Registration: $1,500 Three $400 scholarships are available An extraordinary week of writing and learning in an extraordinary place — tuition includes your own studio with 24/7 […]

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The Language of Clothes – Nicole Cooley

QC’s own Nicole Cooley has an essay in the winter issue of The Southern Review, called “The Language of Clothes” about her grandmother and hand-me-downs.  TSR is a print journal, but you can check out info on this latest issue, including how to buy a copy, here: http://thesouthernreview.org/issues/detail/Winter-2017/238/

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We Shall Overcome: Sylvia Beato

MFA student Sylvia Beato has an interview up on Les Femmes Folles, a journal for the support of women in the arts.  Check it out: http://femmesfollesnebraska.tumblr.com/post/158109087157/we-shall-overcome-sm-beato-writer

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The Shawshank Redemption Redemption by Jonathan Kravetz

MFA alum Jonathan Kravetz has an essay up on Drunk Monkeys (possibly) about insomnia and the movie The Shawshank Redemption.  Check it out: http://www.drunkmonkeys.us/2017-posts/2017/1/28/film-the-shawshank-redemption-redemption-jonathan-kravetz

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Alternative New Year’s Day – Videos!

By now, the Alternative New Year’s Day Spoken Word/Performance Extravaganza has come and gone, but video lasts forever!  We had several of our MFA alumni and students read in this year’s festivities at the Nuyorican Poetry Cafe, but we have the pleasure of telling you all that two of our alumni, John Rice and Claire […]

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Jonathan Alexandratos on PBS (VIDEO)

In case you missed it on Facebook, MFA alum Jonathan Alexandratos was a guest on PBS’s Story in the Public Square, making the case that toys are texts to be read.  Pull up a chair, and get ready for a helping of Aristotle, Simone de Beauvoir, Judith Butler, and (of course) tiny plastic people!

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Program Assistant | Free Writing Classes @ Queens Library

Looking for a literary resume booster?  Check out this part-time job with Newtown Literary: https://newtownliterary.submittable.com/submit/78152/program-assistant-free-writing-classes-queens-library

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Notes from Paradise, Notes from Hell: Rajiv Mohabir Reviews Caribbean-American Poetry

MFA alum Rajiv Mohabir has a review up in Waxwing Mag, covering not one, not two, but three books of poetry! Check it out! http://waxwingmag.org/items/issue11/64_Mohabir-Notes-from-Paradise-Notes-from-Hell.php Save

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Camila Santos in Minola Mag

MFA alum Camila Santos is in the latest issue of Minola Review.  Check out her short story here: https://minolareview.squarespace.com/camila-santos

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CALL FOR PAPERS – Biennial Conference of the American Translation and Interpreting Studies Association

CALL FOR PAPERS ATISA IX: CONTEXTS OF TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING Biennial Conference of the American Translation and Interpreting Studies Association University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee / March 29-April 1, 2018 Keynote Speakers: Sherry Simon (Concordia University) and Federico Federici (University College London) Over the past decade, shifts in disciplinary focus, such as the “sociological turn”; in […]

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