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Sassafras Literary Magazine

Two poems just published in Sassafras Literary Magazine, issue 4. Thanks to editor Miranda Holmqvist.
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RISCA Fellowship

Just learned I received a 2014 Literature Fellowship from the RI State Council on the Arts. Now I can take that research trip to the University of Florida Archives to study Vietnam War protests on campus. That's the subject of my current novel-in-progress.
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National Novel Writing Month

For those of you participating in National Novel Writing Month, Black Lawrence Press is offering a complimentary NaNoWriMo manuscript consultation with editor Diane Goettel. I know from experience that Diane is a detailed and conscientious editor. Details can be found here.
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Call for Submissions

The deadline for the Fall 2012 Black River Chapbook Competition is fast approaching. This is definitely a competition worth entering. Black Lawrence Press is professional and produces beautiful books of high literary quality. I don’t say that just because they published my chapbook. I’ve also enjoyed the work of fellow winners Laura McCullough,  Read More 
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Perishables is Raven-ous!

The Providence Athenaeum Library kindly included Perishables in their Staff Picks highlighting National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Read all about it on their Raven-ous! blog.
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Orlando Sentinel

I don't know how I missed this, but back in April Tod Caviness kindly mentioned In the Time of the Feast of Flowers in his On Writing blog at the Orlando Sentinel.
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National Poetry Month

My poem Busking, Providence appears on the Black Lawrence Press blog, on this last day of National Poetry Month.
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Review of Ghosting

My review of Kirby Gann's new novel Ghosting can be found in the April issue of The Southern Literary Review.
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Alumni Profile

The Writing, Literature and Publishing Department at Emerson College recently interviewed me for an alumni profile. You can read it here.
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Southern Literary Review

In the Time of the Feast of Flowers is the February "Read of the Month" at The Southern Literary Review. Nice and thorough review by Bonnie Armstrong.
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