*New Publication* The Poetics of Politics and the Politics of Poetry (in Orhan Pamuk’s Snow)

27 Nov

Thanks to my friend, Devin, for passing along a CFP on Orhan Pamuk’s Snow, and to Prof. Sebastian Wogenstein for organizing the course on human rights and literature post-9/11 in which I drafted this piece last spring. 

A link to the article is here.

I’m also pleased to announce that a piece of micro-fiction I drafted this summer called “Red Wine with a Hint of Shoe” is forthcoming in a journal this spring and that two pieces of my MFA thesis (“Cardboard Boxes” and “Left”) were nominated as the UConn submissions for the AWP Intro Journals Awards in the categories of non-fiction and fiction, respectively. 

Lots to be thankful for this week.

Now: if only I could get these seminar papers done…


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