Monthly Archives: September 2010

Blogs by writers we love!

Wonderful news, folks: Alice Eliott Dark has started a blog! You can check out her latest post on inspiration here. Of course, no Alice blog would be complete without a little Flaubert; I highly recommend her thoughts on his description. … Continue reading

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Nancy Mendez-Booth in Phat’titude

Look for first-year fiction student Nancy Mendez-Booth’s short story, “Swept Away” this fall in Phat’titude Literary Magazine,┬áVol. 2, Issue 3: Ekphrasis: A Conversation Between Poets & Writers. ┬áCongrats, Nancy!

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Get Amped

The flyer has come out for the first student reading of the semester: Joanne Chin (F), Britt Melewski (P), and Phedra Deonarine (F) are kicking us off this Tuesday @ Coffee Cave on Halsey. Hope to see you all there!

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How Not to Meet Zadie Smith

A few weeks back, I ran into Zadie Smith on the Talbot Road as she was leaving The Tabernacle, a pub near Notting Hill. Well, I was at the Tabernacle a few weeks back because I knew Zadie Smith and … Continue reading

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and…we’re back!

The fall semester is officially in session whether you like it or not. On Wednesday night, at the Director’s Welcome, Jayne Anne shared some information about our diverse incoming class. 12 new fiction writers and 5 new poets join us … Continue reading

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