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Cynthia Guardado’s poem, “The Only Apartment in the Building without a Back Door,” will be coming out in the next issue of Crate Literary Magazine! Congratulations Cynthia!
Jake Kelly (Poetry) & Kristofer Whited (Fiction)
Ashley Wells (CNF), Rafael Sanchez (Fiction) & Brandi Spaethe (Poetry)
Tiffany Crum (Fiction) & Andrea Mele (CNF)
Jackie Heffron (CNF), Cynthia Guardado (Poetry) & Gavin McCall (Fiction)
Peter Driscoll (Fiction) & Michelle Brittan (Poetry)
All photographs ©2011 Joe Osejo Photography
The San Joaquin Literary Association is at it again, this time at Fresno’s coolest fringe festival. Please come hear MFA students and members of SJLA read their poetry and prose at the 2011 Rogue Festival. All readings will be held at the amazing CIty Arts Gallery in the tower district (1475 N. VanNess). Each of four dates (March 4, 5, 6, and 12) features four readers. Admission is five dollars. We hope to see you there!
Many of our MFA students are headed to prestigious nationwide summer workshops in the next few months, and we’d like to take a moment to recognize their accomplishment in being accepted, and to wish them luck. Way to represent the Fresno State MFA Program!
We’re proud to recognize the following SEVEN students who were accepted to Tin House this summer: fiction writer Rafael Sanchez, poet Jake Kelly, fiction writer Kristofer Whited, poet Andre Yang, fiction writer Tiffany Crum, poet Michelle Brittan, and recent fiction graduate Elizabeth Martin. That’s quite a formidable contingency– look out, Portland!
Fiction writer Tiffany Crum has also been accepted to the Sewanee Writers’ Conference in Sewanee, TN. Congratulations, Tiffany!
Congratulations to fiction student Miguel Jimenez, who has been accepted to the Advanced Writing Workshop offered by the VONA Writers Workshop. Congratulations are also in order for poet Cynthia Guardado, who was also accepted to VONA this summer. Way to go, Miguel and Cynthia!
Congratulations to our intrepid summer workshop crew, and please keep an eye on the blog for more updates about the summer writing opportunities our students are exploring!