I knew my friends and family would appreciate holding a piece of paper that had traveled from a combat zone halfway around the world; evidence that I was thinking of them during my down time, that I was alive and well because I was writing.
Inkwell Theater, a not-for-profit company dedicated to developing & producing new works, offered a reading of the third act of MFAW-VT student Quintin Humphrey’s thesis play, No. 1, White James McGahey during their Virtual Playwright’s Night, on June 24th.
MFAW-WA faculty member Victoria Nelson has two new books in the publishing pipeline: a novel NEIGHBOR GEORGE, and nonfiction book THRILLING, about compulsive reading and the thriller genre.
Goddard MFAW student Wren Tuatha’s poem”Bear Vigil” has been published in the latest issue of Canary, A Literary Journal of the Environmental Crisis.
MFAW-VT faculty member Kenny Fries’s “Crossing the Border While Disabled,” which was originally published as part of his Disability Beat column for How We Get To Next, has been translated into French.