Community News & Updates December 2018

CURRENT STUDENTS S.M. Mack (Popular Fiction) has published her award-winning short story "The Carrying Beam" and Dan McMinn (Popular Fiction) has published his short story "Public Awareness" alongside original stories and poems by the rest of the Clarion class of 2012 in their fifth collection. Titled The Blue Volume, this collection will help support The …

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Community News & Updates August 2018

ALUMS Elizabeth Beechwood (Popular Fiction, S’14) is pleased to announce that her short story “The Painted Ponies of Wiley Creek” was featured by Not a Pipe Publishing for their Year of Publishing Women’s Short Stories series. Ted Deppe and others at the January ’18 Ireland Residency might recognize it---thanks for all your suggestions and encouragement! Peter Adrian Behravesh …

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Community News & Updates July 2018

ANNOUNCEMENTS Poetic Voices for Social Justice Join us at SPACE Gallery on Thursday, July 12th, where Stonecoast MFA faculty member Martín Espada---recent winner of the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, Pulitzer Prize finalist, American Book Award winner and National Book Critics Circle nominee---will give a public reading alongside Lauren Marie Schmidt, author of three collections of poetry including Psalms of …

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Community News & Updates February 2018

ANNOUNCEMENT This year, a number of Stonecoast’s Popular Fiction students, alumni, and faculty are program participants at Boskone, New England’s longest running science fiction convention, which takes place February 16-18, 2018, at the Westin Waterfront Hotel in Boston, MA. For more information about Boskone, please visit www.boskone.org, and to view the list of program items that feature a Stonecoast …

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Community News & Updates December 2017

ALUMS Jen Hodsdon (Fiction, W'08) edited and published the first issue of the zine That's What She Said: News from Florence House. Florence House is a Portland, ME, homeless shelter for women operated by Preble Street. TWSS publishes writing and art created by guests of the shelter. Issue 2 is forthcoming in early 2018. Lisa …

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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 2017

STONECOAST REUNION 2017 Please mark your calendars for the Stonecoast reunion, July 14-17 in Brunswick, Maine! The planning committee has been hard at work, and we're excited to announce the schedule of events. We'd like to thank all of you who submitted proposals for readings and seminars! We are proud to feature readings by Julia Munemo, Tony Pisculli, …

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Community News & Updates April 2016

Note from Jenny O'Connell, Community Outreach Coordinator for Stonecoast MFA In 2017, Stonecoast MFA turns fifteen!  We would like to invite you to come celebrate with us at an alumni reunion weekend during one of the 2017 residencies. I'll be working closely with Robin to make sure the alumni weekend is framed around YOU. Please take …

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Community News & Updates March 2016

ALUMNI Karen Bovenmyer (Popular Fiction, S’13) is thrilled her flash “What the Dollhouse Said” was chosen as a top ten by Mocha Memoirs Press for their Women in Horror anthology. Furthermore, her poem “Keep Hugo Stormed” will appear in issue 20 of Eye to the Telescope Magazine. Stonecoast is still one of the best things that has ever …

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Community News & Updates October 2015

ALUMNI Sheila Boneham (Creative Nonfiction/Cross Genre, S’13) is pleased to announce the release of Shepherd's Crook, her fourth Animals in Focus mystery from Midnight Ink. Her essay "A Question of Corvids" will also appear this month in the 2015 Best American Science and Nature Writing anthology edited by Rebecca Skloot, and her poem "Spin" will be appear in 27 Views of …

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