CRTW Grad Student Sean Kilpatrick had his book, fuckscapes (Blue Square Press), published during winter break! Check out some reviews of fuckscapes: http://htmlgiant.com/tag/sean-kilpatrick/ http://thefanzine.com/articles/books/554/review_of_fuckscapes_by_sean_kilpatrick Also, some of Sean’s Rimbaud mistranslations just got accepted at The Boston Review for the April issue. Way to go, Sean!
Check out CRTW Grad Student Margaret Leary‘s article, “Our Deer,” in the January 2012 issue of the Ann Arbor Observer (pp.33-35). Margaret describes it as “half journalism and half lyric essay,” and some of her fellow students will recognize it from the Lyric Essay class. Way to go Margaret!
Congratulations to Brynne Barnes, EMU Creative Writing Department alumna, on the publication of her children’s book, The Colors of Me (with art by Annika M. Nelson), by Sleeping Bear Press.
EMU writing instructor Peter Markus has released a new book of stories, We Make Mud, through Dzanc Books. He describes it as “53 new stories of brothers and mud, river and fish.” Congratulations Peter! Now everyone go out and buy a copy or ten. Find out more about We Make Mud by clicking here.
Congratulations to Creative Writing graduate student Ned Randolph! Ned will have a piece published in the next issue of Platte Valley Review at University of Nebraska Kearny.
Congratulations to Creative Writing Graduate Students Jesse Eagle and Joe Sacksteder: they both have work published in the debut issue (Spring 2011) of Midwestern Gothic!
Creative Writing professor Carla Harryman, together with Lyn Hejinian, recently celebrated the release of The Wide Road, a collaborative work by the pair, roughly 20 years in the making. Here’s the official blurb from Belladonna Books: What would have happened…had Thelma and Louise not driven off the cliff but stayed on the road? In Carla…
Send congratulatory remarks to Ned Randolph, whose fiction will be published in an upcoming issue of River Poets Journal. Congrats Ned!
CRTW grad student Joe Sacksteder will have a poem published in Hawai’i Review. Congratulations Joe!
The new issue of the hypermedia journal BathHouse is now online. Check out issue 7.1 by visitng http://bhjournal.com/. Inside you’ll find visual art by Andrew Abbott and Sarah Walko, a sound piece by Meghan Lamb, as well as text-based creations by Emileigh Barnes, Rebecca Mertz, and Felicia Shenker. You can also find BathHouse on Facebook; it’s a…