Rachel Linnea Brown’s poem “Memento” has been selected for publication by Gulf Coast. She has also accepted a position at University of Kansas as a PhD student of Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Rachel will be attending KU with a research fellowship, a department fellowship, and a $5,000 Mary Elizabeth and Andrew P. Debicki Scholarship for graduate studies. She is excited to begin her KU studies in the fall.
Kristin George Bagdanov’s poems “Damage Body” and “Commodity Body” were accepted for publication in Word Riot.
Airica Parker’s poetry will appear in CALYX Vol. 28, No. 2.
Vani Kannan’s article “Model Minority or Potential Terrorist? Affective Economies, Rhetorics of Silence & the Murder of Sunando Sen” appears in the March 2014 issue of Studies on Asia and can be accessed online here: http://studiesonasia.illinoisstate.edu/seriesIV/vol4-1.shtml
Kristin George Bagdanov’s poem “Exchange Body” was given an honorable mention in the 2014 AWP Intro Journals Project competition. Her paper proposal “The Anthropocenic Lyric” was accepted for the 2015 MLA panel, “Anthropocene and Deep Time in Literary Studies,” which is co-sponsored by the divisions of 20th-Century American Literature and Literature and Science.
Katie Naughton’s poem “Tuesday” was featured as Lambda Literary’s “Poetry Spotlight” the week of January 14. http://www.lambdaliterary.org/features/poetry-spotlight/01/14/katie-naughton-tuesday/
Kristin George Bagdanov has had two poems accepted for publication in Image Journal’s 25 year anniversary issue. She also has a poem forthcoming in The Cresset.
Kathryn Hulings, MA Creative Nonfiction 2012 and current CSU instructor, was a top ten finalist in the Boulder Writers’ Workshop 2013 Comedy Writing Contest for her essay, “My Bra.” She read her work at the Member Showcase on Saturday, January 18, 2014 in Boulder. “My Bra” will also be published in an upcoming issue of the Flatirons Literary Review. Check out the following link for details: http://www.boulderwritersworkshop.org/2014/01/20/2013-comedy-writing-contest-winners/
Kristin George Bagdanov’s poem ‘We Dissolve Separately” was reprinted this past Saturday on the blog As It Ought To Be as the featured poem for the Saturday Poetry Series. http://asitoughttobe.com/2013/12/14/saturday-poetry-series-presents-kristin-george-bagdanov/
Airica Parker’s poem “A City” has been selected for The Voices Project.