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 December 2020

ANNOUNCEMENTS STONECOAST ALUMNI WINTER 2021 SCRIPTWRITING WORKSHOP: THE NEXT STEP--REHEARSING YOUR SCRIPT! As part of Stonecoast’s offerings at our January 2021 Virtual MFA Residency, alums are invited to sign up for “The Rehearsal Experience” with Stonecoast MFA faculty member and playwright Tom Coash and guest playwright-director Jeni Mahoney---a 3-day workshop with access to the entire winter residency. More information …

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Community News & Updates October 2020

FACULTY Cara Hoffman's (Fiction, Popular Fiction) reporting on the uprising in Exarchia, “Dream of No Nation,” was recently published in The Daily Beast. Her long prose poem “Retouch/Switch,” part of Garth Greenwell's KINK anthology, was recently translated and published in the polish magazine Femme. Her short story “DeChellis” will be published in the forthcoming issue of Bennington Review. Cara's …

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Community News & Updates August 2019

ANNOUNCEMENTS It’s Boston Poetry Marathon time again! This year’s Boston Poetry Marathon is Friday-Sunday, August 16, 17, and 18, and ...WE HAVE REALLY EXCITING NEWS! *We will be in a NEW LOCATION this year!* We are having this year’s Marathon at The Community Church of Boston at 565 Boylston St in Copley Square. This year’s …

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Community News & Updates December 2016

ATTENTION: Stonecoasters in the New York City area Mark your calendars for January 4th, 2017, when there will be a special Stonecoast Event at the KGB Bar in Manhattan, 85 E. 4th St., from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Featured faculty readers will be Jeanne Marie Beaumont, Elizabeth Searle, and Breena Clarke. We’d love to have five …

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Community News & Updates September 2016

ALUMS The paperback edition of Elisabeth Tova Bailey’s (Creative Nonfiction, S‘15) book, The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating, launches September 6th. Karen Bovenmyer (Popular Fiction, S’13) has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Scholarship ($2500 professional development funds) by the Horror Writers Association. She owes her Stonecoast mentors and classmates so very much …

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Community News & Updates June 2015

ALUMNI Karen Bovenmyer's (Popular Fiction, S'13) drabble about an unfortunate house cat entitled "What Dolls Eat" will appear in The Were-Traveler in late May/early June. She is most pleased the editor called it "damn creepy" in her acceptance letter. Jennifer Marie Brissett (Popular Fiction, S'11) published a short story "A Song For You" on Motherboard themed from the Donny Hathaway …

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Community News & Updates May 2015

Stonecoast in Ireland Stonecoast in Ireland will host its 20th residency in January 2016. Information and applications are available from Ted Deppe at theodore.deppe@maine.edu. The deadline for applying is 14 May 2015. Alumni Sheila Boneham (Creative Nonfiction/Cross Genre, S’13) is honored to have learned that guest editor Rebecca Skloot has selected Sheila's essay "A Question of …

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Community News & Updates February 2015

ALUMNI Eric M. Bosarge (Popular Fiction, W'12) is happy to announce that Medallion Press has acquired his novel The Time Train. It will be released in 2016. Jennifer Marie Brissett's (Popular Fiction S'11) debut novel Elysium has been listed as a Locus New and Notable Book and also has been nominated for the 2014 Philip K. Dick Award. She will be …

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