T.J. Bonham is a professor of English at Oxnard College. She has an MFA from St. Mary's College of California and currently resides in Southern California, which has become her inspiration for (SPI) Shadow Paranormal Investigators.
- A.E. Watkins' new collection of poems,
- Alumna, Rebecca Farivar, launches her new podcast She is reading at Studio One Reading Series on Friday, August 3rd at 7:30pm.
- Talking with Tim,
- Congrats to Sally Delehant on her first collection of poems,
- Robert Andrew Perez receives a
- Brett Fletcher Lauer publishers "The Gentle Sleep" on
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) is a tenured professor of English at Oxnard College and her first book,is going to be released in the fall.
was published in the Boston Review 2012 National Poetry Month Feature. She was the recipient of the Cecil Hemley Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America.
first book of poetry, , will be published by the Cultural Society this summer.
('09 Poetry) wrote and directed "You Have To Take Care Of My Work Together" for Small Press Traffic's Poets Theater, January 2012; has published poems in the past year in and is co-editor of forthcoming from Counterpoint Press, April 2013; co-hosts the Woolsey Heights reading series at his home in Berkeley; and recently joined Saint Mary's staff as Program Coordinator for the January Term.
has recently published poems at and published an interview at His poetry collection (Lethe Press), was reviewed by Steve Fellner at .
was finalist in the Sawtooth Prize from Ahsahta Press and a semifinalist in the First/Second Book Prize from Omnidawn. Recently, my poetry has appeared in , and
is the writer and contributor to a lifestyle and cook book, published by Flammarion in Paris which will be published in France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Italy and the U.S this September.
received an MFA in Poetry from Saint Mary's College of California and a BA in English and French from the University of Nebraska. She co-publishes the chapbook journal with Sara Mumolo and is an Editor for Octopus Books. She currently lives in Chicago where she works for a translation company.
was a resident at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City, NE. She had stories published in , a Sausalito reading series, on June 14., and . I'll be reading at
is the managing director of the Poetry Society of America and the poetry editor at A Public Space. His poems have appeared in and elsewhere. His first book of poems, , is forthcoming from Four Way Books in 2014.
is the author of a poetry chapbook published by . in November 2011. She is a committee member and organizer of the that occurred in April, 2012. She is a feature writer for magazine and is a adjunct Professor at Salem State University.
was a semifinalist for the 2012 Sawtooth Poetry Prize. Recently she saw the publication of her article "(Rescuing) Hegel's Magical Thinking" in the inaugural issue of the journal and her piece "Imagining Ecopoetics: An Interview with Robert Hass, Brenda Hillman, Evelyn Reilly, and Jonathan Skinner" is forthcoming in the journal /ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment/. Currently she is working to organize the 2013 Conference on Ecopoetics (Feb. 22-24, Berkeley, CA)
is an adjunct faculty member in Liberal & Civic Studies Program at Saint Mary's College. She was nominated for a Sundress Best of the Net Prize. Her essay "Barbie’s Gotta Work” was published by Doveglion Press. Her short story “Hummingbird in Hand" was published in 8 issue of Kurungabaa.
essay “'Spread Like a Veil on a Rock’: Septimus and the Trench Poets of World War I” appeared in , a journal published by Oxford University Press in the Fall 2011 Her poem“Quality Control,” appeared in in the Spring of 2011. In Winter 2012 edition, the poem "On Ayako Iino’s ‘Pa Amb Tomàquet’" was published.
is a contributing writer for and writes articles on the craft of nonfiction. Her essays are recently published in , and .
memoir, , is forthcoming from Counterpoint Press. Her previous books are and . She teaches composition, research, narrative journalism and creative nonfiction at UC Berkeley.
- Lily Brown of Athens, GA (and St Mary's MFA Program!) is the winner of the Cecil Hemley Memorial Award in 2012.
- by Rashaan Alexis Meneses
- Rosa Del Duca's music and tour information at
- A poem from Andrew Demcak at
- Graham Foust introduces Sally Delehant's poem over at
- An interview withBrett Fletcher Laurer at Penn