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Monthly Archives: October 2009
A friend of mine passed along this link to a feature on the NYTimes arts blog. Apparently, Emily Dickinson’s house is sadly in need of repair. It’s amazing how much an old house can do for the memory of a … Continue reading
I was looking for some spooky poems to put up for Halloween, and found something old and something new. [I’m into snippeting; I hope you don’t mind] …the dark cloths Of night and light and the half-light, I would spread … Continue reading
This evening, at five thirty p.m. the Newark Art Kitchen–that lovely purveyor of both cupcakes and colored pencils–is hosting the MFA program for a special reading. It’s a really wonderful opportunity for the MFA program because the reading is local … Continue reading
Just wanted to post up here what should be clear to everyone who went this Saturday–the KGB student reading was a lot of fun and definitely showcased some fine writing. Maria Luna started off the night with some humorous but … Continue reading
Check out a reader’s perspective of our own Jayne Anne in PIF Magazine! I grew up in the wilds of northern Wisconsin, wanting to be a writer, but who would be my models?
And you have a piece between 4,ooo and 12,000 words? And you’re a woman? Well, then. I may have the opportunity for you. Kore Press is running it’s annual chapbook contest, and they are looking for submissions upwards of 4,000 … Continue reading