Volume 42:14

May 5th, 2016 | Posted by RosaMaria Chacon in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on Volume 42:14)
Chair: Kent Baxter Compiled by: RosaMaria Chacon

 

Beach

Summer on the horizon…Hard to believe another school year is closing….

Great Retirement Party Last Saturday~Wonderful Hosts Dorothy and Phil Barresi, Amenities Committee did a nice job, Sharon Klein provided excellent introductions to the eleven retirees and an opportunity to see those we hadn’t seen in awhile.  If you didn’t get to say goodbye to your favorite retiree–some are finishing the semester–search the halls and bid adieu.  Others left in Fall–you’ll have try email and texting

Announcements

Tonight May 5th 7:00 pm JR 319 Wendy C. Ortiz will read from her acclaimed memoir Excavation. And Kate Rowe will introduce a new piece of creative non-fiction.

May 12th 7pm JR 319 698D reading and party to celebrate completion of their projects–poetry, narrative and drama/performance.  Come…Enjoy   (refreshments)

Martin Pousson will launch his new novel-in-stories, Black Sheep Boy, at Skylight Books May 26, 7:30

Reminders

Deadline for submissions to Wings May 13th 5pm  Questions–Ask JC Lee

Deadline for submissions to New Voices May 20th Noon  Questions–Ask JC Lee

Grades Due Friday May 27th…Get them in early and save yourself hassle if you need help and no one is available

Opportunities

Raquel Gutiérrez, part of the Central American Studies Lecture Series, May 10th 12:30 Sequoia Hall 104. She is an actor, curator, publisher, playwright and community organizer. Sponsored by Gender and Women’s Studies, Queer Studies in addition to Central American Research and Policy Institute. Sounds Interesting.

Achievements

Raegen Pietrucha’s debut poetry chapbook, An Animal I Can’t Name, is the winner of the 2015 Two of Cups Press Chapbook contest…it has also been published. Raegen’s first poems were published in the Northridge Review as winners of the Academy of American Poets Prize. Raegen passes on a thank you to those who believed in the work, and especially Dorothy Barresi and Leilani Hall.

Martin Pousson’s invited essay “Right Time for Right Side” will be published in The Archive Fall 2016

 

until another semester ~                                                              RosaMaria out  ~