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,
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: Ariel
It was as beautiful as we’d hoped it would be. All photos are courtesy of Wanda Pothier-Hill. MFAW Program Director Elena
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, today: Hannah Anderson Chelsea
Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat July 3 – 7, 2017 Plainfield, Vermont This 2017 Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat schedule includes our time-honored traditions: Plenary Panel Presentation, Stations of the Word, craft-centered workshops, quiet times for writing, Works in Progress,
It’s my very great pleasure to announce that the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference will be honoring the following people during the CWC 20th Anniversary Celebration on Wednesday, July 5, 4:30-6:00 in the Manor House. We have tried to locate every past
“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.