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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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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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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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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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Every Day Hittman

QC MFA candidate Jamie Hittman (Fiction) has a story out in Every Day Fiction, a zine focused on pieces of 1000 words or less. It’s called “The Four Billion Year Birthday” and you can read it right here and now: http://www.everydayfiction.com/the-four-billion-year-birthday-by-jamie-hittman/ And this comes right on the heels of her first publication, “Forces Of Gravity” […]

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Vanderberg Volta!

QC Poetry alum Pete Vanderberg is now reviewing books for the journal known as The Volta. You can read his first piece, a review of Rob Fitterman’s No, Wait. Yep. Definitely Still Hate Myself. here, on The Volta Blog: http://thevoltablog.wordpress.com/2014/04/04/rob-fittermans-no-wait-yep-definitely-still-hate-myself/

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Kimiko Hahn In Granta

In case you missed it on Facebook, I thought I’d post it here too. Kimiko Hahn has two new poems in Granta. And, lucky you, can read them on the web: http://www.granta.com/New-Writing/Two-Poems-Kimiko-Hahn (Stop reading this and click the link, already!)

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Yves Cloarec Wins the Loose Translations Award

Congratulations to Yves Cloarec, winner of the third annual Loose Translations Award from Hanging Loose Press! The winning book is Yve’s original translation of Dans Ma Peau (Inside My Own Skin), the first book by French writer Guillaume de Fonclare. Sweeping up three French literary awards, this personal narrative artfully combines entries on the writer’s […]

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Jason Fischedick Goes To Nilbog

QC MFA alum Jason Fischedick has a fantastic essay on the film Troll 2, which examines the effect of B-movie appeal in a very personal way. You can read it now (now) in the online journal Albeit: http://albeitjournal.com/jason_fischedick/ Given the subject matter, it seemed only fitting to use this picture of him.

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Elena Caban in Instigatorzine

QC MFA candidate Elena Caban has a poem forthcoming in Instigatorzine, a quarterly literary journal dedicated to literature and art–so much so that they create illustrations for submitted work. http://instigatorzine.com Congrats, Elena!

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James Shultis Goes Up The River

QC MFA alum James Shultis has two poems forthcoming in Up The River, a new journal of poetry, art & photography by Albany Poets Press celebrating the best in the arts from around the world. You should check out their website:   http://uptheriverjournal.wordpress.com/   James will also be appearing as part of Albany’s Word Fest, […]

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April Smallwood in Acting Out INK Fest

20 plays. 18 directors. 42 actors. 17 female playwrights. 3 inspiring days of Acting Out INK! 2Cents Theatre Group is starting out their 2014 season with a three-day festival called Acting Out INK Fest. This celebration of the female playwright has brought together no fewer than 80 artists, including Drama alum April Smallwood. The event […]

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Brian Kim in Composite Arts Magazine

QC alum Brian Kim is in the latest issue of Composite Arts Magazine.  The journal is fully digital, so follow the link and download the PDF to read Brian’s most excellent piece: http://www.compositearts.com Composite Arts Magazine is a quarterly electronic publication showcasing artists and writers who contribute to a dialogue on a theme for each issue. […]

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Gabriel Cabrera Anthologized – *In the Night Count the Stars: An Uncommon Anthology*

MFA student Gabriel Cabrera has a poem in the anthology In the Night Count The Stars, an e-book published this month by Bittersweet Editions. http://www.bittersweeteditions.com/in-the-night-count-the-stars.html#.Ux90Rc73Lgc All the works within are inspired by a line of poetry from Jack Micheline (it’s the title of the anthology for a reason, after all) and is certainly multi-genre.  As […]

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Deadline for the Kundiman Poetry Prize Approaches

The Kundiman Poetry Prize is dedicated to publishing exceptional work by Asian American poets. Winner receives $1,000 and book publication with Alice James Books. You should be working on your submission now, because it’s due on March 15th. For more information, visit their website: www.kundiman.org/prize And to submit electronically, click here: https://kundiman.submittable.com/submit/26452

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Flash Fest! Call For Submissions

Start your weekend right by submitting to Flash Fest!   Playsmiths is now accepting submissions for the 3rd Annual Flash Fest! Playsmiths most popular event is back and we want you to participate! We’re looking for writers to send us hint fiction (25 words or less), poetry, flash fiction, or one minute plays!   Directions for […]

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Rajiv Mohabir in Small Axe

Alum Rajiv Mohabir has several new poems in the latest issue of Small Axe, a platform for Caribbean “expressions and discussions of the literary.”  (I liked the way they put it, hopefully you’ll like how Rajiv embodies it.) http://smallaxe.net/wordpress3/prose/2014/02/27/poems-by-rajiv-mohabir/ Congrats!

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Gabriel Cabrera published in birds thumb journal

Read the piece here. And give it a listen while you’re there.

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Nicole Cooley’s Poem-A-Day

January 23, 2014 Marriage: A Daybook by Nicole Cooley From the window the river rinses the dark. I twist the wedding beads around my neck. I’ve lost my ring, silver and antique, bought from the night market in the other world across the ocean, color of dull lead, color of the pan I scrub and burn […]

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Eric @Asymptote

Eric Becker is working as Asst Managing Editor at Asymptote, and they just released our latest issue. Lots of good stuff: J.M. Coetzee, Michael Hofmann, Yoshitomo Nara, Adam Thirlwell, Rosmarie Waldop, Emilio Villa, and a bunch more. asymptotejournal.com

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