The Colorado Review
Nonfiction student Rachel Jackson‘s essay, “Hellcat Court” has been accepted for publication in the Summer 2010 issue of The Colorado Review. Congratulations, Rachel!
American Book Award
Former student and colleague Daniel Chacón co-edited a collection with Mimi R. Gladstein of Jose Antonio Burciaga’s work titled The Last Supper of Chicano Heroes: The Collected Works of José Antonio Burciaga. It just won the American Book Award! Congratulations to Daniel!
Willows Wept Review
Poet Ana Garza has a poem in the current issue of Willows Wept Review. Congratulations, Ana!
Shakespeare’s Monkey Review and California Educator
Double good news for Megan Bohigian, whose poem “Matter Over Mind” appears in the current issue of Shakespeare’s Monkey Review, and who is also featured in an article about teaching creative writing in California Educator. Way to go, Megan!
Fourth Genre, Brevity, and The Colorado Review
Triple score for Steven Church whose essays “Ultrasonic,” “Lag Time,” and “After the Storm” are forthcoming in Fourth Genre, Brevity, and The Colorado Review, respectively. Congratulations, Steven!
Congratulations to Carol Claassen, whose essay “Terminal Punctuation” has been accepted for publication by The Pinch. Way to go, Carol!
Poets of the American West
Congratulations to Program Director and poet Connie Hales, whose poems “Out of This Place” and “Covenant: Atomic Energy Commission, 1950s” have been accepted for publication in Poets of the American West by Many Voices Press, due out in June 2010.
Here is a Pen, Achiote Press Chapbook Anthology
Poet Andre Yang has a poem in “Here is a Pen,” a chapbook anthology published by Achiote Press. Congratulations, Andre!
The Mississippi Review
MFA graduate Liz Scheid‘s essay, “Jellyfish” has been accepted for publications in The Mississippi Review. Great job, Liz!
Poet Barbara Price‘s poem “I Hope You Got a Copy of the Memo, Louise” has been accepted for publication in Monkey Puzzle, issue #8. Congratulations, Barbara!