Thursday, February 25, 2010


Our students and faculty are madbusy at AWP. Check it out!

Krystal Languell is reading in the Dusie/Pussipo/Stonecoast off-site reading.

Many folks, I imagine, will be working the Puerto table.

Megan Wong and Carrie Murphy will be working at the Omnidawn Press
table. Robbie Wendeborn will be working at the Apostrophe books table.

Graduate students will also be presenting pedagogy papers at the AWP
conference in Denver: Tracy Meginnis, Mike Meginnis, Erin Reardon,
David Roe, Krystal Languell, Robbie Wendeborn, Patrick
Clark, and Jeff Pickell. Tracy and Mike also had their papers included
in the Best 20 collection for the year and will help facilitate the
pedagogy forum.

Richard Greenfield's Apostrophe Books will be hosting an offsite
reading at AWP. He also will be giving an offsite reading with
Omnidawn and Ahsahta Press.

Robin Romm will be on two panels: "Chaos vs. Conflict: Workshopping
the Violent Story" and another pedagogy panel, "Streetsmarts."

Connie Voisine will be reading from her new work at the conference.

Don Waters is reading his story that's included in the most recent
'Best of the West' anthology.

Recent MFA grad Stephen Webber will have a booth at the bookfair for
his new online journal Di Mezzo Il Mare.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

bone bouquet

check out the new online journal Bone Bouquet started by our graduate student Krystal Languel featuring poetry by women...

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Grad Student News du Jour

3rd year MFA student in poetry, Krystal Languell has a poem "Wife to Magritte" (which originally appeared in DIAGRAM) which is going to be featured in the anthology, "Dzanc Books' Best of the Web 2010." Congrats to Krystal!

Allison Layfield (3rd year Poetry) and two recent grads in fiction, Dana Kroos and Jeff Frawley have all made it through the US's portion of the Fullbright Fellowship Competition. Their applications will next be screened in Germany, Canada, and Hungary. We wish them more luck!