Monday, April 28, 2014

Congratulations to LU MFA Winners and Participants in the 2014 Research Symposium

Congratulations to our LU MFA students who participated in the 2014 Student Research Symposium & Exposition held at Lindenwood University!

First Place: Anothai Kaewkaen
Presentation: Homage to Heroes: Thai Poems of Political Protest
 
Second Place: Jeannette Landon
Fiction Reading: "Tubby Clutz, Slim Fisher, and Momma's Gun"
 
 
LU MFA students chosen to participate:
Lynn Wynen-Chamberlain
Lee Douglas
Kasey Feldman
Anothai Kaewkaen
Jeannette Landon


 

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Publication Opportunities

Send a friend request to us on Facebook for postings about upcoming publication opportunities, along with program updates and information. Below are three opportunities we recently posted on Facebook:


 


It's that time of year. Starting now, Best New Poets, an annual anthology of 50 poems from emerging writers, is accepting submissions for its 2014 open competition. When the competition closes on May 20, guest editor Dorianne Laux and our team of readers will begin the process of selecting 50 finalists for publication in the anthology, which will arrive on bookshelves in November.
Are you ready to throw your hat in the ring? Here are your next steps:
2. Read our How To Submit page.
3. Prepare ONE document (.doc, .txt, .rtf or .pdf) with up to two poems. Make sure your name doesn't appear in the file or in the filename.
4. Head to ManuscriptHub.com and submit!
If you have additional questions, please check outour FAQs, or contact the series editor. We wish you the best of luck.
(Be sure to follow us on Facebook or Twitter for contest updates.)


Novella-T is looking for literary fiction between 13,000 and 40,000 words. Please send a synopsis and short bio, along with your story attached as Word document to novella.t.submit@gmail.com. We accept previously published work as long as you tell us where and when it was published. We have a rolling deadline. For those writers in programs, this is a great opportunity to showcase a thesis-length work. 

Thursday, April 10, 2014

A Reading with LU MFA Faculty Member Eve Jones

For full info, click here.
Congratulations to LU MFA alum Sarah Jones for creating this wonderful literary series.