RWW Soundings

Publications

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Chelsey Clammer (2016)—Essay: “Joe,” Twenty-Four Hours, March, 2014; “Speculate,”  The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review, November 8, 2013; “Written on the Body”, The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review, November 12, 2013; “Eat Me, I’m Organic,” The Nervous Breakdown, February 2, 2014; “Interrobang,” The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review. March 2014; “One Time at the Village Inn.” Star 82 Review. March, 2012. Fiction: “Nudge,” Crossed Out Magazine, February 11, 2014. Interview: Crossed Out Magazine, February 11, 2014.

Ela Harrison (2014)—Review: Fleda Brown’s new collection, No Need of Sympathy, Cirque, Solstice 2013.

Hannah Heimbuch (2016)—Essay: “Blue,” The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review, November 22, 2013; “Puncture Wound,” The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review, January 16, 2014; “From the Shell: Exploring the Hermit Crab Essay,” The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review, January 21, 2014.

Alicia Hoffman (2015)–Poetry: “Beast of Burden,” Orange Room Review, Winter 2013; “Postcard” & “Acrostic,” Right Hand Pointing, Issue 71; “The Nebulae,” Canto Magazine, January 2014.

Jessica Barksdale Inclan (2015)—Fiction: “All the Time in the World,” Fat City Review, February 2014. Poetry: “Were,” BlastFurance, Fall 2013; “Frankenstein Goes to the Bathroom,” The Missing Slate, October 30, 2013; “Indiscrimination,” Fall 2013, SPC Tule Review. Essay: “Skin Changer,” Prime Number, 43.5, December 2013.

 

ALUMNI

Kelli Russell Agodon (2007)—Poetry: Hourglass Museum, White Pine Press, February, 2014.

Barrie Jean Borich (2009)—Essay: “What Lily Tomlin’s marriage means to me and my partner,” “The Washington Post,” 9 February 2014 (page B3).

Mandy Nadyne Clark (2012)—Nonfiction: “Oh, Fudge,” Whitefish Review, Winter 2013/2014.

Katie Eberhart (2010)—Poetry: “The Good Earth,” Elohi Gadugi Journal, Winter 2014.

Casey Fuller (2009)—Poetry: “Alternate Bio 14” and “Alternate Bio 15,” Crab Creek Review, Winter 2013.

Jean A. Kingsley (McDonough) (2008)—Poetry: “A Brief History of Vowels” and “A Marked Heart,” Amethyst Arsenic, Winter 2014, Issue 4.1; Traceries: Poems, ABZ Press, 2014.

Adrian Gibbons Koesters (2007)—Essay: “Sometimes You Just Need to Roast a Chicken,” under the gum tree, January 2014.

Lita Kurth (2009)—Essay: “Shadow of Racism on our Tongue” Raven Chronicles, Vol. 19, Winter, 2013-14; “Red on White” Compose, a journal of simply good writing, Fall 2013.

Anne McDuffie (2007)–Essay: “Partial Inventory,” The Los Angeles Review, Issue 14.

Judith Pulman (2012)—Poetry: “Holy Sonnets with My Father” and “Sex and Death,” New Ohio Review, Spring 2014; “The Meek Shall Inherit,” Drunken Boat, Spring 2014.  Essay: “Warning Label,” Los Angeles Review, Spring 2014.  Translation: poems “A Story from There,” “Kindly, Holy, Ivory Handed,” and “Unfinished Thoughts” from Boris Slutsky’s Russian trilogy, Basalt, Spring 2014.

Christine Robbins (2012)—Poetry: “Beneath the city – pipe of tide water and upland stream” and “Evaporation: for Virginia Woolf,” The Los Angeles Review, Vol. 15, Spring 2014; “From a beekeeper’s wife,” Water~Stone Review, Vol. 16, 2013-2014; “To the lost salal,” Whitefish Review, Issue 14, Winter 2013-2014.

Lois Rosen (2010)—Fiction: “Papa in the Pool,” Calyx, Summer 2013. Poetry: “Nonpareil,” Alimentum, Fall 2013.

Tina Schumann (2009)–Poetry: “Not Dead, But Lost,” The Midwest Quarterly, Autumn, 2013; “In Oaxaca,” Raven Chronicles, Volume 19; “Wednesday,” Augury Books’ website, September 27, 2013.

Judith Shadford (2009)—Essay: “Running Water,” Rock and Sling/Reflections, December 2, 2013. Fiction: “How Miriam and Youssef Got to Bethlehem,” SpokaneFAVs, January 28, 2014.

Joanna McNaney Stein (2008)—Essay: “Inheriting the Beatles,” The Brooklyn Rail, February 2014.

Sandra Swinburne (2008)—Nonfiction: The Last Good Obsession: Thoughts on Finding Life in Fiction, Ovenbird Books, 2014.

Natalie Tilghman (2011)—Essay:Buon Appetito: Sharing a Love of Food with Infants and Toddlers,” National Association of Education for Young Children Families Blog, December 2013.

Cameron Walker (2008)—Fiction: “Tuesdays at the Mermaid Hair Salon,” New South, Issue 7.1, 2014.

Heather Weber (2010)—Memoir: Dear Boy, An Epistolary Memoir, Ovenbird Books, November 2013.

Tarn Wilson (2008)—Craft Essay: “Self Doubt: The Worst Distraction for Writers,” Talking Writing, November 2013. Memoir: The Slow Farm, Ovenbird Books, 2014.

 

FACULTY

Linda Bierds—Poetry: Roget’s Illusion, Putnam, March 2014.

Kevin Clark—Essay: “Writing without End,” Superstition Review (a revised and abridged version of his residency craft talk from 2013).

Adrianne Harun—Novel: A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain, Penguin, February 2014.

Judith Kitchen—Essay: “British Invasion: Not Quite Memoir,” Los Angeles Review of Books, February 15, 2014; The Circus Train, Ovenbird Books, 2014.

Dinah Lenney—Essay: “This Old Watch,” Harvard Review, January 13, 2014; “Cell Phone Diaries,” Los Angeles Review of Books, Winter 2014; “Metronome,” Agni Online, Spring 2014.

Rebecca McClanahan—Craft Essay: “Forest in the Trees: The Challenges of Shaping a Book (not a Collection) of Essays,” Brevity: A Journal of Literary Nonfiction, January 18, 2014.

Ann Pancake—Short Story:  “Sab,” Chattahoochee Review, Winter 2014.

Stan Sanvel Rubin—Poetry: “Not Drowning” and “Man, Floating,” Cutthroat, #15;  “All Things are Connected and They’re Not,” “If There is Such a Thing as Fiction,” “Next Winter,” The Identity of Flies,” “7 Codes You Must Master,” Talking River, Fall/Winter 2013. Essay Review, “Avatar Poets,” Water~Stone Review, Vol. 16, 230-248. “Can the Dead Really Live Again?,” “Lesson Eight,” Lesson Eleven,” “Lesson Twelve,” “Lesson Fifteen,” Red Savina Review, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2014.