RWW Soundings

Spring 2019

6

Publications

Publications

Participants

Jo-Anne Berelowitz (2020) Nonfiction: “Epiphany,” Sycamore Review, Issue 30.1, Summer/Fall 2018.

Shawna Ervin (2021) Poetry: “Psychoanalysis,” Nebo: A Literary Journal, Volume 27, No. 1, Winter 2019.

Jasminne Mendez (2019) Poetry: “To El Hombre Dominicano Who Told Me It Was Not My Place to Write About Dominican/Haitian Relations,” Kenyon Review Online, January/February 2019.

Joannie Stangeland (2019) Poetry: “Bending Moment,” The Raven Chronicles, Volume 26; “Leave,” Pirene's Fountain, Volume 11, Issue 19; “Five Tries to Say I'm Sorry,” Cider Press Review, Volume 20, Issue 3, October 2018.

Alumni

Nancy Canyon (2007) Fiction: “Lilies on Scudder Pond,” Clover, A Literary Rag, Volume 16, 2019; “Safe Sailing,” For the Love of Orcas anthologyedited by Andrew Shattuck McBride and Jill McCabe Johnson, Wandering Aengus Press, February 2019.

Bill Capossere (2010) Essay: “The Web,” Tahoma Literary Review, Issue 14March 2019.

Elea Carey (2008) Fiction: “If You Are a Runaway,” Lumina, Volume XVIII, March 2019.

Chelsey Clammer (2016) Essays: “Balcony, 3am,” Atticus Review, January 2019; “Carving Out a Community,” WOW! Women on Writing, February 2019; "June Bugs," Foliate Oak, February 2019.

Sydney Elliott (2015) Essay: “Breaking Up with Shakespeare: Relevance and Revelation in the Rural Classroom,” Community College Humanities Review, Volume 3, No. 1, Fall 2018.

Alicia Hoffman (2015) Poetry: “Pill Bugs,” Front Porch Review, Volume 11, January 2019.

Margie Lukas (2007) Novel: River People, BQB Publishing, February 2019.

Paula MacKay (2015) Nonfiction: “A Wolverine Revival,” American Forests, Winter/Spring 2019; “Dio,” For the Love of Orcas anthology, edited by Andrew Shattuck and Jill McCabe Johnson, Wandering Aengus Press, February 2019.

Anne McDuffie (2007), Editor: Where the Horse Takes Wing: The Uncollected Poems of Madeline DeFrees, Two Sylvias Press, January 2019.

John Milkereit (2016) Poetry: “Music Anti-Pantoum,” Enchantment of the Ordinary anthology, Mutabilis Press, January 2019.

Kay Mullen (2007) Poetry Collection: Homecoming, Fithian Press, Spring 2019.

Sarah Pape (2016) Essay: “When Paradise Is on Fire,” The New York Times, November 13, 2018. Poetry: “A Gardener's Guide to the End,” DIAGRAM, Issue 18.5; “How to Be a Succulent,” "Drought,” Under a Warm Green Linden, Issue 6, December 2018.

Ann Quinn (2018) Poetry: “Dream Lagoon,” The Broadkill Review, March 2019; “Tritina for my grandmother,” Yellow Arrow Journal, Volume IV, No. 1, Spring 2019.

Warren Read (2015) Fiction: “There Lay the Spoils,” Switchback, January 2019.

Tina Schumann (2009) Poetry: “American Morning,” Terrain.org, November 2018; “A Flurry of Finches,” Bracken, Issue VI, Winter 2019.

Jen Soriano (2018) Review: “Letter to My 4-Year-Old-Son: An Epistolary Review of We Have Not Stopped Trembling Yet,” Slag Glass City, Volume 5, February 2019.

Molly Spencer (2017) Poetry: “Address to the Meadow in the Dusk,” “Elegy Beginning with a Text from My Brother,” “Somewhere In the Meadow is Everything,” Georgia Review, Volume 72, No. 4, Winter 2018; “Elegy,” “Poem that Begins on a Staircase,” Blackbird, Volume 17, No. 2, Fall 2018. Review: “On Some Say the Lark by Jennifer Chang,” Kenyon Review Online, January/February 2019.

Wendy Willis (2013) Essay Collection: These are Strange Times, My DearCounterpoint Press, February 2019. Essays: “How Far Can Outrage Go?,” Literary HubFebruary 2019; “First Amendment (In the Moment, Grotesquely Exotic),” The Rumpus, February 5, 2019.

Tarn Wilson (2008) Nonfiction: “How to Be Popular: Disco Roller Skate,” Red Wheelbarrow: National Edition, Volume 19, 2018.

Faculty

Rick Barot, Poetry: “The Galleons,” Poetry, December 2018; “Coast Starlight,” America, We Call Your Name, Sixteen Rivers Press, 2018; “UDFJ-39546284,” Pushcart Prize XLIII, Pushcart Press, 2018.

Geffrey Davis, Poetry: Night Angler, BOA Editions, April 2019.

Rebecca McClanahan, Essays: “Neighborhood Walk, Halloween Week,” Brevity, Issue 60, January 2019; “The Writing Life: Loving Our Work and Letting It Go,” QU, Issue 10, Winter 2019; “Shoulda Woulda Coulda: Remembering Peter Stitt,” Gettysburg Review, Volume 32, Number 1, Winter 2019.

Brenda Miller, Essays: “The Fine Art of Containment in Creative Nonfiction,” The Writer’s Chronicle, March/April 2019. Collaborative essay: “Never,” with RWW former faculty Julie Marie WadeLunch Ticket, Issue 14, Winter/Spring 2019. Poetry: “Dust,” Tupelo Quarterly, Issue 16, Winter 2019.

Former Faculty

Lola Haskins (2005–2016), Poetry: Asylum: Improvisations on John Clare, The University of Pittsburgh Press, June 2019.

Julie Marie Wade (2015–2016)Creative Nonfiction: The Unrhymables: Collaborations in Prose, co-authored with Denise Duhamel, Noctuary Press, February 1, 2019.