Several alums are hosting workshops in the upcoming months, including:
- Hurley Winkler (Fiction, January 2017) is enrolling for two online workshop sessions for fiction and nonfiction writers.
- Session 1: Now accepting waitlist sign-ups! Tuesday nights, February 16 – March 16, 6:00 – 8:15pm EST.
- Session 2: Only a few spots remaining. Thursday nights, February 18 – March 18, 6:00 – 8:15pm EST.
- Rahima R. Rice (WSS, January 2019) is running a 4-week course for students aged 13-18 to learn the basics of screenwriting and complete a short film script. These courses will be available at regular intervals from January to May.
- Alissa Butterworth (Fiction, June 2012) is teaching a Zoom course in January, “The Writer’s Workshop,” and February, “Creative Writing for Beginners,” through Arlington Community Ed.
Sebastian Murdoch (Fiction, June 2019) has a new short story out in The Johannesburg Review of Books, “The Reservoir.”
Tony Eprile (Fiction, MFA Writing Faculty) participated in the virtual Poets & Writers Studio International Live Poetry Reading which featured voices from all over the globe. The entire reading is available to watch here and Tony’s part starts at 18:54.
Caitlin Robinson’s (WFYP, June 2018) poem, “Christmas Tunes, 2020,” has been published in Spillwords Press.
Nada Samih-Rotondo (Fiction, June 2012) has her first nonfiction piece published in Gulf Stream Magazine entitled, “Here.”
Livia Hermiz (Fiction, January 2019) has just launched a new writing blog, “Liv To Write.” You can check it out and subscribe to her newsletter here.
Scoundrel Time has selected Robbie Gamble’s (Poetry, January 2017/Nonfiction, June 2020) essay “Barriers” for an “Art Against Isolation” award.
Consider subscribing to the Lesley MFA Creative Writing program’s new YouTube channel LesleyMFA Faculty, which features videos from faculty, including Kevin Prufer (Poetry), Danielle Legros Georges (Program Director), Mikki Knudsen (WFYP) and Tracey Baptiste (WFYP).
Laurie Foos (Fiction, MFA Writing Faculty) wrote an essay that was published in Motherwell entitled, “Why I don’t want to tell my 14-year-old the truth about Santa.”