I'd like to start by thanking everyone who has helped carve out space to work diligently on my ambitious new project. I hope to start rolling out poems from it in the next few months as revisions are finalized. Second, I'd like to thank the amazing folks at Beloit Poetry Journal for naming me a semifinalist for the Adrienne Rich Prize. It is truly an honor to be counted in such a fine group. I'd also like to thank American Literary Review, Laurel Review and Connotation Press for recently publishing my work. Enough about me though. Time for some student accomplishments!
Miranda Ardis had a poem accepted by Roanoke Review. It will also be made into a broadside.
Caroline Chavatel had poems accepted by AGNI, minnesota review, Nimrod, Superstition Review, Salamander, Thrush and Waccamaw. She also co-founded Madhouse Chapbook Press and was featured in an interview segment on the Sonora Review website. Grats, Caroline!
Charlotte Covey had poems accepted by Blue Earth Review, december, The Fourth River, Laurel Review, McNeese Review, Potomac Review, Rust + Moth and SLAB. She also received Pushcart nominations from Big Muddy and Hawai'i Pacific Review. Grats, Charlotte!
Emma DePanise had poems accepted by Asterism, Little Patuxent Review, Mochila Review and Runestone. She was also asked to read at the Little Patuxent Review issue launch.
Jordan Durham had poems accepted by blackbird, Blood Orange Review and Quarterly West.
Taylor Fedorchak had a poem accepted by Third Wednesday.
Caylie Herrmann had poems accepted by Noble/Gas Quarterly and Rust and Moth.
Molly Likovich had poems accepted by Circle Show and New Mexico Review.
Katherine Michalik had poems accepted by Asterism.
Megan Newcomer had essays accepted by Santa Clara Review and a poem accepted by Mochila Review.
Dylan Nutter had a poem accepted by The Pinch.
Jacob Rayner had a poem accepted by Coe Review.
Melinda Ruth had poems accepted by Sierra Nevada Review.
Renae Tucker had a poem accepted by Arkana.
Terin Weinberg had poems accepted by Dark River Review, Little Patuxent Review, New Southerner, Sink Hollow and Waccamaw. She was also invited to read at the Little Patuxent Review launch party.
Lauren Yarnall had poems accepted by Noble/Gas Quarterly, Puerto del Sol, Queen Mab's Teahouse and Sugar House Review. She was also nominated for a Pushcart by Permafrost. Grats, Lauren!
I will continue to update this until the Spring semester starts. Stay warm and happy everyone. I wish you the best possible 2018!