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 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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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 July 2020

FACULTY John Florio (Creative Nonfiction, Popular Fiction, Writing for Social Change) wrote his latest piece on sports and civil rights for The Nation: “When the KKK Played Against an All-Black Baseball Team.” His next book will be for young adults and is slated for release in 2021. Doomed: The Tragic Story of Sacco & Vanzetti tells the controversial story of …

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Community News & Updates December 2019

FACULTY The French translation of JJ Amaworo Wilson's (Fiction, Popular Fiction, Writing for Social Change) novel Damnificados, entitled Les Dévastés and translated by Camille Nivelle, has won the Prix Révélation de Traduction from Société des Gens de Lettres. The ceremony takes place in Paris on December 3rd, 2019. Stonecoast faculty member Tobias S. Buckell (Popular Fiction) and co-author …

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Community News & Updates July 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 March 2019

CURRENT STUDENTS After some winter residency prepping growing pains (read trauma), and mixed-genre "Extreme Workshop" epiphany, Nina B. Lichtenstein (Creative Nonfiction) wrote about the importance of reading outside our genre instead of doing her qualitative residency response. Happily for her, Brevity picked it up for their blog on the craft of writing. FACULTY The film version …

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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 September 2018

ANNOUNCEMENTS ALUMS Peter Adrian Behravesh (Popular Fiction, W'18) appeared on the August 28th episode of PodCastle as part of a full-cast narration for Ken Liu's story "To the Moon." He was also a program participant at Worldcon 76 in San Jose, where he presented his award-winning essay, "The Vault of Heaven: Science Fiction's Perso-Arabic Origins," and spoke on …

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Community News & Updates June 2018

ANNOUNCEMENTS Poetic Voices of Social Justice: A Reading with Martín Espada and Lauren Schmidt Thursday July 12th, 7:00 pm SPACE Gallery, Portland Maine Please join Stonecoast MFA for a reading and discussion with poetry faculty Martín Espada, recent winner of the prestigious Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, and award-winning poet Lauren Schmidt. There will be live …

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