Community News & Updates June 2021

ANNOUNCEMENTS Issue 15 of Stonecoast Review will be on sale during and after June residency. From the gorgeous covers to the angst-filled poems and stories inside, this issue holds a mirror up to the last crazy-Covid year. The SCR team did a phenomenal job putting this together and it is stunning. Copies will be available for purchase …

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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 February 2021

CURRENT STUDENTS Shannon Bowring's (Fiction, Third semester) short experimental piece "Avian Elegies" has been nominated by Waterwheel Review for Best Small Fictions 2020. In addition, one of Shannon's stories from her linked collection (a work-in-progress) was selected as a finalist in the fiction category of the 50th New Millennium Writing Awards. FACULTY Faith Adiele’s (Creative Nonfiction) latest essay, …

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Community News & Updates January 2021

ANNOUNCEMENTS Stonecoast MFA 2021 Winter Residency Join the Stonecoast MFA 2021 winter residency January 7-17th, 2021 for a week of inspiring readings and discussions! Evening events are free and open to the public and will be hosted online through Zoom. View the schedule and register here. Stonecoast Tidings If you'd like to receive Stonecoast's quarterly newsletter featuring faculty interviews, …

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