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 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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Community News & Updates May 2014

ALUMNI NEWS Karen Bovenmyer's (Popular Fiction, S'13) poem "NeverNever Holes" was published April 10 on ZingaraPoet. Bunny Goodjohn (Poetry, W'07) has creative nonfiction in the latest issue of Pithead Chapel. She has also wrangled a place on the Jessie duPont three-week summer-seminar series entitled "Constructing Childhood: Words and Pictures." Sandra McDonald (Popular Fiction, W'05) sold …

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Community News & Updates April 2014

ALUMNI NEWS Katie Bickham's (Poetry, S'13) first book of poems, The Belle Mar, won the Lena-Miles Wever Todd Competition and will be coming out in April 2015 through Pleiades and LSU Press. The prize also includes $2000. Sheila Boneham (Creative Nonfiction/Cross Genre, S'13) was writing on trains before it was cool and had two related …

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