Check out the latest news from our Cambridge Common Writers community!
Kate Kearns (Poetry, June 2008) has a new poem published in the Northern New England Review.
Thato Mwosa’s (WSS, June 2017) Memoirs of a Black Girl has been selected for the 2021 Hamilton Black Film Festival.
Celeste Mohammed (Fiction, June 2016) has been featured in Loop: “Lit With Loop: Celeste on her journey from lawyer to celebrated author.”
Steven Cramer (Poetry, MFA Writing Faculty) has a new poem out in Solstice: “Elegy for Little Richard,” as well as an essay in On the Seawall entitled, “Let Us Once Again Praise Creative Writing Workshops.” His latest collection of poems, Listen, was also reviewed on Plume by alum Andrea Read (Poetry, June 2015).
Jason Reynolds (WFYP, MFA Writing Faculty) is embarking on his second virtual tour as the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature. Read about it in Publishers Weekly.
Clarissa Adkins’s (Poetry, June 2018) debut poetry collection, Building Alexandria, is now available for purchase at Lily Poetry Review.
D. Dina Friedman (Fiction, January 2016) has a new poem out in Cider Press Review.
KB Ballantine’s (Poetry, June 2007) new poetry collection, Edge of the Echo, is available for preorder at the Iris Publishing Group.
Hurley Winkler (Fiction, January 2017) contributed to an article in Believer Magazine memorializing editor Giancarlo DiTrapano after his recent passing.
Eileen Cleary (Poetry, June 2016) is running a Poem Clinic with Lily Poetry Review for six poets. Details on the website.
Bethany Reid’s blog A Habit of Writing has posted a review of Sharon Bryan’s (Poetry, MFA Writing Faculty) third book, Flying Blind.