Community News & Updates February 2023

ANNOUNCEMENTS July 13–16, 2023---Attention: Published and Aspiring Writers: Join us for the first annual Mesa Verde Writers Conference! Immerse yourself in wilderness and beauty in a town that is the gateway to Mesa Verde National Park. Mountain vistas and dark, starry nights. Live music and bonfire on Saturday night. Location: Harmony Barn, Mancos, Colorado (mountain …

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Community News & Updates December 2022

ANNOUNCEMENTS 2022 STONECOAST ALUMNI READING SERIES, PART II Stonecoast is proud of our alumni authors! Please join us on Monday, December 5th, at 7:30 p.m. EST for Part II of the 2022 Alumni Reading Series, featuring: Lisa C. Taylor (Poetry, S'04) Becky Thompson (Poetry, W'21) Jeanette Lynes (Poetry & Fiction, S'05) Ellen Meeropol (Fiction, W'06) …

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Community News & Updates November 2022

ANNOUNCEMENTS 2023 AWP MINI-REUNION Our fearless leader, Robin Talbot, and Stonecoast alums Amy Martin (Creative Nonfiction, W’12) and Melody Fuller (Creative Nonfiction, S’12) are exploring the possibility of having a mini-reunion-get-together at the 2023 AWP Conference and Bookfair in Seattle, Washington (March 8-11). Interested alums, faculty, staff, and current students, please contact Amy Martin by November 15, 2022, at punchyoguts@gmail.com, …

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Community News & Updates October 2022

ANNOUNCEMENTS A CELEBRATION OF NATIVE WRITERS October 4, 2022, 7:00 p.m.-8:15 p.m. Join the Maine literary community for a night of conversation and readings by three critically acclaimed Native writers working in different genres and coming from different nations. Stonecoast Fiction faculty and Winter '19 alum Morgan Talty (Night of the Living Rez), Terese Marie Mailhot (Heart Berries), …

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Community News & Updates July 2022

ANNOUNCEMENTS STONECOAST’S OWN LITERARY MAGAZINE, THE STONECOAST REVIEW, SEEKS ALUMNI CONTRIBUTORS AND READERS Consider submitting your work, previously published or new, to Stonecoast Review. We accept and will reprint previously published pieces from Stonecoast alumni only. Here’s a chance to broaden your audience and increase your work’s visibility. Submissions open July 22 on Submittable or …

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Community News & Updates June 2022

ALUMS  Elisabeth Tova Bailey’s (Creative Nonfiction, S’15) memoir The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating was noted in The New York Times article by Margaret Roach, "Where to Find Comfort in a World of Invasive Headlines?" and listed as one of Sy Montgomery’s six favorite books for animal lovers in The Book List in The Week. Also, Amit R. Baishya, …

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Community News & Updates January 2022

CURRENT STUDENTS Shannon L. Bowring’s (Fiction, 4th semester) short hybrid piece “Avian Elegies,” originally published in the December 2020 edition of Waterwheel Review, can now also be found in the print anthology The Best Small Fictions 2021. Shannon is looking forward to two new pieces being published in January, in Permafrost Magazine and Burningword Literary Journal. ALUMS  Darcie Abbene (Fiction/Nonfiction, S’21) recently …

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Community News & Updates December 2021

ANNOUNCEMENTS 2021 Alumni Reading SeriesJoin Stonecoast in celebrating our 2021 alumni authors! We'll be hosting two virtual readings to showcase the work of nine alumni authors who published a book this year. Thursday, December 2nd RSVP: https://forms.gle/TXaExgXhupNGsuhs9 Thursday, December 9th RSVP: https://forms.gle/iKsvihPcM5vFH2ia9 The Stone House Readers' SeriesThe Stone House Readers' Series hosted by Troy Myers …

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Community News & Updates November 2021

ANNOUNCEMENTS Independent producer Mike Jacoby is looking to partner with a writer on a nonfiction book based on the dramatic life story of Mel Dwork, the first World War II veteran to have his discharge upgraded from "dishonorable" (initially given on the basis of his being gay) to "honorable." Mike has audio interviews and other …

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Community News & Updates October 2021

ALUMS  The short film The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating adapted by Elisabeth Tova Bailey (Creative Nonfiction, S’15) from her memoir of the same title, screens this fall at the Princeton Environmental Film Festival. The film can be viewed from October 12-24th at this link. In the upcoming weeks, the film is also part of the Discover …

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