Two of Airica Parker’s poems will appear in the next edition of Aurora magazine.
Over the summer, Dan Robinson’s personal essay, “Our Taos Hum,” was published in TWJ Magazine; and his short story, “This Blackdamp World,” was published in the anthology Crime and DisOrder. He will present a paper on “The Inexpressibility Topos in Chapter I of Hemingway’s In Our Time” at the “Literature, Memory and the First World War” Conference at the US Military Academy at West Point in a couple of weeks; he was also invited to participate as part of a panel on Hemingway’s Nick Adams Stories in October in Michigan. The paperback release of his first novel, After the Fire, has been put back to Autumn 2015 by Skyhorse Press. His third novel, Death of a Century: A Novel of the Lost Generation, will be published by Arcade Press in June 2015; and the first reading for that novel will be at the US World War I Museum in Kansas City in June 2015.
Wastershed Review has accepted three of Jerrod Bohn’s poems for publication.
Cassie Eddington has poems featured in issue #23 of Word For /Word (http://www.wordforword.info/vol23/). She also has work forthcoming in La Vague.
Tobi Jacobi’s critical essay (co-authored with Wendy Wolters Hinshaw) on Eve Ensler’s documentary about women writers at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility has been accepted by Feminist Formations, a journal of the National Women’s Studies Association.
Jill Salahub recently wrote another guest post, this time for Be More With Less, for Courtney Carver’s Simplicity in Action series: http://bemorewithless.com/simplicity-in-action-jill/
Mike Palmquist presented workshops on writing across the curriculum last week at Gustavus Adolphus College and the University of Michigan. Sue Doe and Mike are the authors of “An Evolving Discourse: The Shifting Uses of Position Statements on Contingent Faculty,” which appeared this past month in a joint issue of the ADE Bulletin and ADFL Bulletin. The article is available at http://www.ade.org/bulletin/index.htm.
Jill Salahub wrote a guest post for Rachel Cole’s blog (“Wisdom for women living well-fed lives”), in which she explains how we can walk the path of the Bodhisattva by following the call of love: “The Way of the Bodhisattva,” http://rachelwcole.com/2013/12/19/the-way-of-the-bodhisattva/.
Jeana Burton’s short story, The Red File, will appear in issue #18 of the online journal, Drunken Boat: http://www.drunkenboat.com.
Jerrod Bohn has poetry appearing in Volume 8 of the literary journal Smoking Glue Gun. He has also been invited to participate in a contributor interview for the literary journal Spry to appear on their blog sometime soon.