MFA alum Jonathan Alexandratos has a teaching secret: Star Trek.
Set phasers to stunned, and boldly go where no man (or woman) has gone before, by reading this essay about pedagogy and fandom:
Thursday, September 28th @ 7PM
Berl’s Poetry Shop
141 Front Street, Brooklyn, NY
QC’s own Nicole Cooley is doing the first reading, of what is sure to be many, for the launch of her new book of poetry […]
Congratulations to QC’s own Jason Tougaw on the launch of his brand new memoir The One You Get, which kicked off at the Red Room of KGB Bar & Lit Mag.
You can order your copy here: […]
Want to know the inner workings of running a newspaper? No need to go off campus! Head on down to SU LL 35 during free hour (12:15-1:30PM) on September 6th for a meet and greet with our very own Knight News. Th […]
The Shanghai Literary Review wants you to send your submissions of art, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, boom reviews, and translation for their consideration. And, you might like to know that MFA alum Mike Fu is […]
jedwardrice wrote a new post, Andre Degas ‘The House Of Charity’ at Dreamup Theater Festival, on the site Queens College MFA Bulletin Blog 1 month, 2 weeks ago
(Various Dates from) Monday, August 28th to Monday, September 13th
Dreamup Theatre Festival @
Theater for the New City
155 First Avenue
New York, NY 10003
MFA student Andre Degas has a […]
jedwardrice wrote a new post, Uche Nduka – 2017 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in Poetry, on the site Queens College Department of English 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I’m writing to let you know that QC’s own Uche Nduka has been named a 2017 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in Poetry.
New York Foundation for the Arts has administered the NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Program for t […]
MFA alum Don Kelly has been writing for the web-based periodical Spectrum Culture for some time now. Want to see what he’s written in all that time? Here you go:
MFA student Sylvia Beato has a poem on the Split This Rock website:
This is, of course, straight off her winning the Hoyt Jacobs Memorial Poetry Prize, so you know it’s going to be a great poem!
MFA alum Leila Ortiz has three poems in Rigorous, an online journal highlighting the works of authors, artists, critics, and educators of color. Read them rigorously!
RETURN TO LALA LAND
Directed by Joe Battista
Produced by Roslyn McKay
Stage Manager: Allison Hohman
La Forrest Cope (Lala), Freddie Duggard, Chris Fougere
Return to Lala Land is the c […]
jedwardrice wrote a new post, Mini-Syllabus: Poetry of the Caribbean Coolie Diaspora – Rajiv Mohabir, on the site Queens College MFA Bulletin Blog 4 months, 1 week ago
MFA alum Rajiv Mohabir is flexing his academic muscles, with this mini syllabus on the Caribbean and diaspora, here, on Entropy:
MFA student Alexander Radison has two poems up in The Coachella Review, right now. (Now!) Check ’em out:
MFA alum Jacob Appel will be reading from his new novel The Mask of Sanity on Long Island, this Wednesday night. Here’s dem deets:
Turn of the Corkscrew Bookshop
110 N Park Ave
Rockville Centre, NY […]
MFA alum, Liv Mammone is trying to slam it.
Earlier this month, Liv had the honor to win a spot on Union Square Slam’s 2017 National Poetry Slam team, making her the FIRST visibly disabled person to be on a New […]
The Queens College MFA in Creative Writing and Translation cordially invites you to our fifth annual MFA Flash Reading Celebration, wherein the graduating class of 2017 will regale us with a flash reading (5 […]
Don’t want to get rusty over the summer? Spend the off-season writing poetry at Camp Lawless!
Run by the poet Amy Lawless, this weekly Bowery Poetry Club course will take on the flavor and freedom of […]
Friends, Romans, Country(wo)men,
It’s that time of year when the New York City Poetry Festival starts to really kick into gear. As you probably know by now, this essential festival brings together thousands […]
Thursday, May 4th @ 7PM
KGB Bar, Red Room
85 E 4th St 3rd Floor
New York, New York 10003
In alliance with the New York Writers’ Workshop, Brooklyn Arts Press & Brooklyn Poets invite you to join us […]
Please join us for a roundtable conversation among creators, scholars, and teachers of graphic novels: Josh Neufeld, Caroline Hong, William Orchard, with moderator Jason Tougaw.
* Josh Neufeld is a Visiting […]
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