Stonecoast Reading Series: Stonecoast Stories

This month’s Stonecoast Reading Series event will feature an evening of words and music, with fiction faculty member Sarah Braunstein and fiction alum and musician Dave Patterson.  Wednesday, June 26th - Stonecoast Stories  7:00pm at Local Sprouts 649 Congress Street, Portland, ME Sarah Braunstein is the author of The Sweet Relief of Missing Children, winner of the …

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Stonecoast Reading Series: A Feast of Stonecoast Poetry for National Poetry Month

This month’s Stonecoast Reading Series event will feature poet and Stonecoast alum Richard Cambridge, who will read from his work as well as the work of fellow Stonecoast writers and other favorite poets. Wednesday, April 24th - A Feast of Stonecoast Poetry for National Poetry Month  7:00pm at Local Sprouts 649 Congress Street, Portland, ME. Richard Cambridge’s …

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Stonecoast Reading Series Kickoff and Celebration of Black History Month with Performance By Lady Zen

by Ashley Johnson University of Southern Maine’s Stonecoast MFA Program will kick off its Stonecoast Reading Series on February 27 in celebration of Black History Month and the MFA Program’s Tenth Anniversary. The event will feature the music and poetry of Stonecoast student and local performer, Lady Zen. “Black History Month highlights a tradition of …

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Faculty Interview: Aaron Hamburger on Writing and Teaching

It's always fun to sit down and chat with the Stonecoast MFA faculty. So, we were especially excited to have  alumna Linda K. Sienkiewicz S'09 interview fiction faculty member Aaron Hamburger. Not only is Aaron a terrific guy, but he's a fantastic teacher and writer. We hope you enjoy the interview! ~ When and how …

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