Join Cambridge Common Writers for an evening of reading from a selection of our incredible alums: Featured Readers: Fabiola R. Decius – WSS, June 2015 Dan Carey – Poetry, June 2021 Emily Inouye Huey – WFYP, June 2011 […]

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Join us for a virtual reading during the Lesley June Residency week. The reading will feature alums from all genres and will be held over Zoom. Our readers will be: Fabiola Decius – WSS, June 2015 Daniel Carey […]
Cindy House (Fiction, June 2017) has an interview in Publishers Weekly about her forthcoming book, Mother Noise. Lisa Weiss (Fiction, June 2015) has an essay “For My Father” in the Spring 2022 issue of Fine Lines. Rahima Rice […]

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Starting us off for Women’s History Month is Writing for Stage and Screen alum Brianne Christopher! Brianne has worked in several different genres since graduating from the program, and talks here about writing horror-themed work, what she enjoyed […]
Laurie Foos (Fiction, MFA Faculty) has a short story “Do Not Touch The Stars” in the Spring 2022 issue of The Gateway Review: A Journal of Magical Realism. July Westhale (Poetry, June 2013) is featured in the CLMP […]

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Cambridge Common Writers is thrilled to host another round of Spotlight interviews in honor of Black History Month! We’re pleased to start off this month with Rahima R. Rice, a Writing for Stage and Screen alum who tells […]

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Cambridge Common Writers will be hosting a virtual reading once more during the January Residency for Lesley University. This event is free and open to the public. Readers: Michelle Boland (Poetry, January 2019) Kathy Park Woolbert (Nonfiction, June […]

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Join SJ Rozan, Visiting Author, Fiction, and WSS Alum Thato Mwosa (June 2017) as they read from and show their work. Registration is free and open to the public.
As 2021 comes to a close, we at Cambridge Common Writers have carved out a space to celebrate our community’s many accomplishments throughout this year by compiling a list of publications and other creative ways in which Lesley […]
S.E. Clark (Fiction, January 2015) has a story, “Feast” appearing in Issue 3 of Weird Horror magazine from Undertow Publications. Tracey Baptise (WFYP, MFA faculty) has received a starred review (“Game changing.”) for her history book African Icons: […]
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