Some recent accomplishments and announcements from FYWP faculty members:
Cheryl Buchanan‘s essay “From Crowd to Community: We are Boston” is forthcoming in the anthology Twitter to Tahrir Square: Ethics in Social and New Media Communication, published by ABC-CLIO.
Anne Champion‘s second poetry collection, Small Wreckage, was a Semi-Finalist for the Black Lawrence Press Hudson Prize. She has recently had publications appear in Verse Daily, The Pinch, The Poetic Pinup Revue, A-Minor Magazine, Broad!, The Smoking Poet, and elsewhere. She’s also recently published book reviews in PANK, Bookslut, HTMLGiant, and Pleiades. She has participated in many reading series this summer to promote her first collection of poetry, Reluctant Mistress.
Amy Fant‘s story, “A Fabric of Tiny Foxes” was published in Weave Magazine.
Jon Irwin‘s book Super Mario Bros. 2 will be published this winter by Boss Fight Books, after a successful Kickstarter campaign to help launch the new small press.
Ashley Rivers has published recent articles in Dance Magazine, Pointe, Dance Spirit, and Dance Teacher. Also, along with Molly McGillicuddy and Pamela DeGregorio, she was recently hired as a Writing Coach for the Master of Public Policy program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.
Wes Rothman has had poems appear or accepted and forthcoming in The Rumpus, Inter|rupture, Breakwater Review, Paper Darts, Phantom Limb, Crab Orchard Review, Harpur Palate, Thrush, Asheville Poetry Review, 32 Poems, PANK, Similar:Peaks::, Drunken Boat, and The Harvard Divinity Journal. And a couple reviews to appear this fall on the Ploughshares Blog, The Rumpus, and in the Los Angeles Review of Books.
Claudia Ward-de Leon‘s story “Six Reasons Why That Waitressing Job Didn’t Work Out” included in the anthology Flash Fiction Funny, edited by Tom Hazuka. A local reading to launch the book is coming up this fall, with details to be shared soon.