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Breka Blakeslee publishes Probably It Will Not Be Okay

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IAS alum Breka Blakeslee (MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics, '15) has published their debut novel, Probably It Will Not Be Okay, which began its life as the author's MFA thesis. From the publisher's page: "Probably It Will Not Be Okay takes place at the end of the anthropocene. People and animals, what's left of them, share the ruins of a human city ...

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Ching-In Chen publishes “Lantern Letter: a Zuihitsu"

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s “Lantern Letter: a Zuihitsu" was published in Watch Your Head: Writers & Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis, a print anthology published by Coach House Books in conjunction with an online project that publishes writing and art about climate justice issues and the climate crisis. In Watch Your Head, poems, stories, essays, and artwork sound the alarm on ...

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Amaranth Borsuk publishes new poem in Cordite Poetry Review

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The most recent issue of Australian contemporary poetry and art journal Cordite Poetry Review focuses on the theme of Propaganda. The poetry section, curated by Simon Groth and Mez Breeze, features works that interrogate language's use and abuse and includes a new poem by IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk titled "Whisper Campaign." In the editors' words, "This distinction—of poetry manifesting as an antithesis to propaganda ...

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MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics students and alumni interview recently-published authors

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Since 2018, the MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics has collaborated with Essay Press on the annual publication of a work or works of innovative prose. The first two books in the series were published this summer, and MFA students and alumni have come together to interview the authors to gain deeper insights into their work and poetics. Stephanie Segura (2020), N. L. Sweeney (2020) and Scott Bentley (2021) interviewed Katherine Agyemaa Agard about their book of colour, an experimental essay about color, hybridity, and art-making that provides a memoir of Agyemaa Agard’s coming to North America and encountering binaries of black and white within global anti-blackness. Cliff Watson (2021), Annika Bunney (2021), and Sabina Livadariu (2020) spoke with Kaia Preus about ...

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Ching-In Chen poem included in Alone Together anthology

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s poem “Dear O” was selected for inclusion in the anthology Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of COVID-19. All proceeds will benefit indie booksellers via The Book Industry Charitable Foundation. Chen was also profiled as ...

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