Community News & Updates May 2021

CURRENT STUDENTS Shannon Bowring's (Fiction, Third Semester) flash story "Avian Elegies" has been selected for publication in Best Small Fictions 2021. The story originally appeared in Waterwheel Review in December 2020. FACULTY   JJ Amaworo Wilson's (Fiction, Popular Fiction) new novel, Nazaré, will be published on September 14, 2021, by PM Press. The novel, inspired by the Arab Spring, …

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Community News & Updates April 2021

ANNOUNCEMENTS The Stone House Readers' Series is a weekly regular series for alumni, faculty, staff, and current students to share their writing live on Facebook. This is a program run by Troy Myers and Amanda Pleau, class of 2015, to give members of our community a casual and consistent opportunity to connect. Readers are scheduled in advance and …

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Community News & Updates April 2020

Hope everyone is staying safe! CURRENT STUDENTS Natalie Harris-Spencer’s (Fiction) short story “Labor Day Weekend” will be published on April 21st in Volume 2 of Allegory Ridge's fiction anthology, Archipelago. Allegory Ridge is a magazine for open-minded millennials that publishes travel writing, short stories, poetry, artwork, photography, and personal essays. FACULTY The German edition of JJ Amaworo …

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Community News & Updates October 2019

ANNOUNCEMENTS SUBMISSIONS OPEN: The Learned Pig Melanie Viets (Creative Nonfiction, W’17) is currently a guest editor at the UK magazine The Learned Pig. Her “Root Mapping” section is an exploration of mapping place instead of space. What is sparked when today’s mapping is guided by a desire for connection and beauty instead of domination, when maps are …

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Community News & Updates September 2018

ANNOUNCEMENTS ALUMS Peter Adrian Behravesh (Popular Fiction, W'18) appeared on the August 28th episode of PodCastle as part of a full-cast narration for Ken Liu's story "To the Moon." He was also a program participant at Worldcon 76 in San Jose, where he presented his award-winning essay, "The Vault of Heaven: Science Fiction's Perso-Arabic Origins," and spoke on …

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Community News & Updates June 2018

ANNOUNCEMENTS Poetic Voices of Social Justice: A Reading with Martín Espada and Lauren Schmidt Thursday July 12th, 7:00 pm SPACE Gallery, Portland Maine Please join Stonecoast MFA for a reading and discussion with poetry faculty Martín Espada, recent winner of the prestigious Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, and award-winning poet Lauren Schmidt. There will be live …

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Community News & Updates September 2017

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Karen Bovenmyer (Popular Fiction, S'13) is proud to announce she's co-editing (with Dagny Paul) Pseudopod's March '18 Artemis Rising and they opened for submissions on September 1st! If you are a woman, non-binary, or female-identified, please submit your best horror stories 2k-6k. $.06 per word, original stories preferred, no multiple, no simultaneous. …

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Community News & Updates June 2017

UPCOMING READINGS Lissa Kiernan (Poetry, S’11), founding director, Poetry Barn, is pleased to announce a reading of Stonecoast faculty and alumni Jeanne Marie Beaumont, Cheryl Boyce-Taylor, Cait Johnson, and Elizabeth Searle, on August 18th at the Woodstock Public Library, Woodstock, NY. CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Andrea Lani (Fiction, W’14), co-editor of the Literary Reflections department at Literary Mama, seeks essays by …

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Community News & Updates May 2016

ALUMS Karen Bovenmyer (Popular Fiction, S’13) has 7 pieces of exciting news this month. Her new short story "Snow as White as Skin as White as Snow” has been accepted into fellow alumni Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam’s Art & Words Show---Karen is so very excited to participate in the show again!!!! Also, Karen’s haunted house flash “So Normal and Unwritten” (reprint) is …

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Community News & Updates August 2015

ANNOUNCEMENT: THREE ALUMNI OPPORTUNITIES TEACHING APPRENTICESHIPS Alums with a special interest in creative writing pedagogy may apply for a teaching apprenticeship. Apprentices will work closely with a workshop leader, contact students with workshop updates, assign readings, and review student reading responses and evaluations. Apprentices must also teach one seminar on teaching/pedagogy and are asked to …

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