Passing on the latest publications news from Pine Manor:
MFA graduate Hannah Goodman has just launched a new online journal, Sucker Literary Magazine, featuring fiction for young adults. See the Connections section for submission details.
For more information, go to: http://suckerliterarymagazine.wordpress.com/
MFA student William Hasting’s book reviews and essays will be appearing in the June edition of Industrial Workers of the World Book Review.
For more information, go to: www.iwwbookreview.com
Jaime Manrique’s piece “Tobias Smollett, Author of Don Quixote,” appeared in PEN America, issue #14.
For more information, go to: http://www.pen.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/5992/prmID/602
MFA graduate Faye Snider’s story “Goldie’s Gold” will be published in the June edition of Alimentum: The Literature of Food.
For more information, go to: http://www.alimentumjournal.com/
MFA graduate John Theo recently published a science fiction story in the e-zine
MFA graduate Emily Van Duyne’s mini-essay on Sylvia Plath was published on the 32 poems blog: http://www.32poems.com/blog.
To read Emily’s piece, go to: http://www.32poems.com/blog/2452/emily-van-duyne-on-sylvia-plaths-%E2%80%9Cariel%E2%80%9D
Young people’s writer David Yoo’s middle grade novel, The Detention Club, will be released on June 21, 2011. His short story, “A Fistful of Feathers” will be released as an e-book download on June 7.
For more information, go to: http://www.harpercollinschildrens.com/books/Detention-Club-David-Yoo/?isbn13=9780061783784&tctid=100; to read “A Fistful of Feathers,” go to: http://www.harpercollinschildrens.com/books/Guys-Read-Fistful-Feathers/?isbn13=9780062111487&tctid=100
Congratulations…and not only to the students, graduates, and faculty listed above. Congratulations to anyone who is in the trenches, writing and working at this every day. I know it’s not an easy road.
It’s so good to hear this news and to have you promoting it. The Solstice MFA program rocks, as does its students, faculty, graduates, and administrators. Thanks for this, Faye R.