“Forgotten Kingdoms” touches on such themes as culture clash, the legacy of colonialism and competition among religions, but it is far from an issue play. Bold, often poignant and sometimes too leisurely, the work extends an appealingly personal and idiosyncratic vision, rich in telling detail. The title may reference forgetting, but the play often seems as clear and specific as a total-recall memory.
Registration is still open for the 2017 Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat. This is CWC’s 20th Anniversary! Read on and consider joining the celebration. As always, this year’s Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat will open with a Plenary Panel featuring
The Goddard College alumni planning committee invites you to an alumni-directed residency weekend to create emergent spaces to:
Gather, share and create in community,
Co-develop the Goddard College alumni association,
Foster personal/professional growth,
Organize opportunities to rise together and create a world that is socially and ecologically just,
Become a voice in the alumni community and be part of shaping Goddard’s future,
Cultivate and strengthen networks within the Goddard community, and
Actualizing the infinite possibilities of our collective identities.
Registration is still open for the 2017 Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat. Wondering what to expect if you decide to attend? Read on! As always, this year’s Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat will open with a Plenary Panel featuring essay
Goddard MFAW alumna Theresa Barker: As I write these words I am hurtling (hurtling!) through a tunnel below ground under the hills of Seattle, in a plastic and metal carriage in a chamber that a thousand thousand thousand inventions of humans have created. Such a thing is unthinkable if you really pay attention to it, as unthinkable as time travel, yet here I am.
Goddard MFAW alumna Kris Johannesson: “At Goddard, we have this saying. Trust the process.
Eight workshop sessions. Thirteen alums. One Faculty-Alumni dinner. Four days of writing immersion (counting sleep). Impromptu community gatherings at Taps Pub, at NCO House 334, in the Commons Café, and on the beach. Poems and protest pieces and neo-myths and
On behalf of the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference‘s 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’ve graduated in Port Townsend, Washington, during the
Registration for the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat (CWC&R) opens on this Wednesday, February 15. This year’s CWC&R will take place from July 3 – 7 on Goddard’s Plainfield, Vermont, campus. As always, this conference and retreat will feature:
On behalf of the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference‘s 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 January 2017
On the fence about attending the second annual Lighthouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat? It’s time to decide! Registration closes on Sunday, January 15th, so if you’d like to join us, be sure to have your registration form postmarked by that
Anne Bean, Goddard MFAW-WA alumna, has released four short run comics, two of which were scripts from her Goddard thesis, and three of which were funded with a Washington Artist’s Trust GAP Grant. Anne’s four comics are: Wild Beasts / drawn
Copies of 2016’s Clockhouse Volume Four are available, and submissions are still open for what will be Clockhouse’s 2017 Volume Five. Published in partnership with Goddard College by the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference, Clockhouse is an eclectic conversation about the work-in-progress of
Lighthouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat Fri, Feb. 10 – Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, Port Townsend, Washington Registration is still open for the second annual Lighthouse Writers Conference and Retreat (LWC&R). Revitalize your own work amid the richness of Goddard’s Port
The Octavia Project, co-founded by MFAW-VT alumna Chana Porter, has received full sponsorship for their 2017 program from Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, of VanderMeer Creative. The sponsorship will enable sixteen Brooklyn girls to have a summer of interdisciplinary creative writing and