MFAW-VT alumna Kristen Ringman’s book, I Stole You: Stories from the Fae, is a Lambda finalist in this year’s LGBTQ SF/F/Horror category. Her Goddard thesis Makara was also a Lambda Finalist in Debut Fiction back in 2013. Kristen also just signed with literary agent, Jen Azantian,
Couldn’t join us this year? You were missed! The third annual Lighthouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat took place February 16th-19th, 2018 in Port Townsend, Washington. In lively and inspired workshop sessions, we studied puzzle logic and storytelling with Gestalt and
I am a would-be artist, for now content in the sadistic pursuit of mastery.
On behalf of the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference Board of Stewards and the alumni community of the Goddard College MFAW program, I want to extend my congratulations and warmest welcome to those who graduate during the current Port Townsend residency: Jessica
Goddard College MFAW alum John Schmidtke:
“Okay,” I said. “But just in case, what’s the residency’s theme?”
“Lust and fun,” Elena said.
My foot came off the gas a bit.
“Lust and fun?” I asked.
“Yes,” Elena said.
Let me pause right here to confess that while I attended Goddard, lust took over my life.
I cheated on my wife Mary almost every night for two years.
Registration for the 2018 Clockhouse Writers’ Conference and Retreat is open through May 15th–register today to reserve your place! Registration information and materials are available at the CWC website.
What is Ten in Ten? This year, TEN members of the MFA in Creative Writing faculty are bringing books, plays, and productions into the world. You can catch three of them at Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle, Washington, along
On behalf of the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference Board of Stewards and the alumni community of the Goddard College MFAW program, I want to extend my congratulations and warmest welcome to those who graduated in Plainfield, Vermont, during the past week:
A college professor of mine, the indomitable Beth McCoy at Geneseo, liked to use the word “unpack.”
“Unpack that statement for us,” she’d say in class, meaning, Give us the meat. Tell us how you got there, what it means.
Back by popular demand! It’s time to register for the third annual Lighthouse Writers Conference and Retreat (LWC&R). At last year’s closing session, attendees unanimously clamored “more, more!” – so don’t be left out! Come together with Goddard writing colleagues
by Lucy Turner Next summer it will be twenty years since I first set foot on Goddard’s campus as a new MFAW student. I thought I was signing up for a two-year experience that would yield both a terminal degree
CWC Is Pleased to Announce The Lighthouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat in will take place in Port Townsend from February 16 – 19, 2018. Registration for this C&R will be open from October 15, 2017 – January 15, 2018; and
How are you, my fellow writer? This past spring, at my annual physical exam, I was given a questionnaire I was to fill and hand to the nurse before proceeding to the doctor’s office. I have been with the same practitioners since 2009, and this was the first time they asked about my emotional well-being.
On August 11, Goddard MFA alum Simone John will launch Testify at 7pm at Porter Square Books in Cambridge, MA. In Testify, published by Octopus Books, Simone’s first full-length book of poems, she experiments with documentary poetics to uplift stories of black people impacted by state-sanctioned violence.
Clockhouse, the national literary journal published by the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference in partnership with Goddard College, is extremely pleased to announce the publication of Volume Five. Please visit the Clockhouse website for a glimpse of its contents, to place orders,