Gavin McCall’s flash fiction piece, “Through the Fence,” has been accepted for publication by Every Day Fiction, and will be featured on the site this Sunday, the 6th. Be sure to check it out!
And congratulations, Gavin!
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Sarah Harian, Gavin McCall, and Anders Peterson will be recipients of the first Squaw Valley Community of Writers Fellowships in Fiction. The three fellows will participate in this year’s Squaw Valley Community of Writers Workshop from July 7-14, 2012 in beautiful Lake Tahoe, California. The fellowships–which cover room, board, and tuition–are made possible by the generous support of Associate Dean José Diaz, Dean Vida Samiian, the College of Arts and Humanities, and Dean Sharon Brown-Welty and the Division of Graduate Studies. Congratulations, Sarah, Gavin, and Anders!
Gavin McCall’s terrific essay, “Going to See His Holiness,” has just come out in this month’s issue of Connotation Press. Check it out at http://connotationpress.com/creative-nonfiction/1218-gavin-mccall-creative-nonfiction. Congrats, Gavin!
Please join the San Joaquin Literary Association in kicking off the new season of Rough Drafts readings, featuring first- and second-year students in our program this Friday, November 4th and Saturday, November 5th from 6:00-8:00 pm at The Revue Cafe (620 E Olive Ave). Featured readers are Allyson Small, Rusty Birdwell, Jeffery Gleaves, Christina Hayes, Michael Gray, Stacey Balkun, Richard Margolis, Steven Sanchez, Erin Alvarez, JJ Anselmi, Mary Locke and Gavin McCall. Please support Fresno State’s up-and-coming writing students by attending!
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!