It’s a bit of legal language between the covers: “Clockhouse is a national literary journal published in partnership with Goddard College by the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference, the alumni association of Goddard’s MFA in Creative Writing Program.” This partnership is more
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
As you’ll see from the following photos, it was a wonderful week! If you were part of it, many thanks. If you weren’t able to come this year, we hope you’ll consider joining us next year. We’ll post those dates
CLOCKHOUSE Volume Four will be presented to the CWC and MFAW community at a Preview Reading and Celebration during the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat, and it will be published in July. To give a sense of what we
by Sarah Cedeño, Editorial Director of Clockhouse I write this in the final days of May. The upcoming issue of Clockhouse, to be released in July, has been long in the works, but longer than our talented staff of
Today it’s popular to say that political correctness is destroying America, but a recently discovered set of century-old clippings offer a cautionary reminder of what our country was like without political correctness. Goddard MFA faculty member Aimee Liu’s opinion piece about political correctness and her family history was published in the LA Times on March 27.
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Goddard MFA alumna Brianna Johnson’s thesis, Fire Sale, was recently published as a digital chapbook with Essay Press. Here’s how it begins: “I come from whiteness, which is not innocent. If I speak of things which cause intense pain, it is because I have felt pain because of them. Not feeling would cause greater pain to the memory of those brutalized. I don’t condone evil, but I acknowledge it. I am here to acknowledge it.”
Guardians, the final installation in the young adult trilogy written by Susan Kim and Laurence Klavan, is coming out in paperback from HarperTeen later this month. TW: What was the inspiration for the story? Laurence and I watch a lot
Goddard MFAW alum Greg Comer’s Master’s Thesis Winner Take None as been published! The Writer caught up with Greg after he got done with the chores, in this case, feeding horses. TW: What was the impetus for this book? Serial failure.
By Theresa Senato Edwards, MFAW 2007 The Writer caught up with Theresa right before her book Green goes on sale! What was the impetus for the writing of this book? Green began years ago as the result of an exercise
by Christine Kalafus Last spring I received an unexpected email from the outgoing Editor-in-Chief of The Pitkin Review. It read: “I wanted to ask if you’d be interested in filling the position of Editor-in-Chief next semester.” I nearly
Slab is Goddard alumna Selah Saterstrom’s new book out from Coffeehouse Press, a place you can rely on for fascinating, timely and inventive work. “On a slab that’s all Katrina left of her Mississippi home, Tiger tells a story full
Rachel Pollack’s new book is an adult fairy tale! She answered a few questions for The Writer: 1) What was the inspiration for THE CHILD EATER? THE CHILD EATER began as the two final stories in a collection of adult
Goddard College alum and author Carla Norton says of her latest book, WHAT DOESN’T KILL HER: “Sometimes… real-life events intersect with fiction. For instance, two murderers recently broke out of a New York prison, and the ensuing manhunt put all