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Student News: Recent Publications & Events From Our Current Students

*Stephen Larsen has a new poem entitled "Ragtime Woman" in Measured Press (and you can hear him read it there, too). *Kim Watson is now an Adjunct Professor at Vanguard University teaching "The Art of the Pitch" and recently lectured at Occidental & USC. *Jim Jennewein is now on the screenwriting faculty at Pepperdine. *John Rosenberg's novel Tincture of Time is out [...]

By | 2017-05-18T16:48:29-07:00 August 25th, 2012|Categories: Student News|Comments Off on Student News: Recent Publications & Events From Our Current Students

Students News: Recent Publications From Our Current Students

Natashia Deon has new work in Body Literature and her reading series, Dirty Laundry Lit, is playing in a cool place near you. Natalia Cortes-Chaffin has new work in  The Potomac Review, The Acentos Review, Hayden's Ferry and numerous other publications. Jo Robbins performed recently at the Scottsdale Center for the  Arts. Lizi Gilad Silver has new poetry at Melusine: Women in the 21st Century, new criticism in Rattle, [...]

By | 2017-05-18T16:48:29-07:00 August 24th, 2012|Categories: Student News|Comments Off on Students News: Recent Publications From Our Current Students

Student News: Poetry Student Jo Robbins Launches New Touring Reading Series

The Lit Mamas are coming to town... We are a group of really funny, not so politically correct, moms who are all writers/performers coming together for The LIT MAMAS TOUR, in conjunction with Not Your Mama’s Mama– a series of recorded storytelling events about the crazy, inappropriate fun that we call motherhood. Otherwise known as, our everyday lives. We kiss boo-boos away all [...]

By | 2014-04-02T20:32:27-07:00 August 24th, 2012|Categories: Events, Student News|Comments Off on Student News: Poetry Student Jo Robbins Launches New Touring Reading Series

Student News: Anna Weinstein on 21 Grams & Babel

Screenwriting student Anna Weinstein breaks down the films 21 Grams and Babel in the latest issue of Film International: Screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga is best known for writing ensemble films about the effects of tragedy on human life—how tragedy can both pull apart and bring together. His scripts present a kaleidoscopic view of human interconnection, that people across cultures, borders, and class [...]

By | 2014-04-02T20:32:28-07:00 August 24th, 2012|Categories: Student News|Comments Off on Student News: Anna Weinstein on 21 Grams & Babel