Monthly Archives: December 2012

Follow Rebecca Kaiser Gibson in the 30/30 Project

This month, our Rebecca Kaiser Gibson (Poetry 1996) is running the equivalent of a “poetry marathon.” Rebecca will write 30 new poems in 30 days (!) as part of The 30/30 Project, a fundraiser for Tupelo Press, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) literary press. You can “sponsor” and encourage her by donating on her behalf to Tupelo […]

“Overcharged Calls” by Luisa Caycedo-Kimura

We’re pleased to announce that “Overcharged Calls,” a poem by one of our current poetry MFA students, Luisa Caycedo-Kimura, has just been published in PALABRA 8. She will also have three poems published in Vol. 29.2, the next issue, of Louisiana Literature: “1951 Dawn in the Colombian Andes,” “Assumption,” and “Tale of Colombian Earth.” Luisa […]

Megan Fernandes recent publications

We’re pleased to share an updated publication list for Megan Fernandes (Poetry 2012), who was also a Robert Pinsky Global Fellow in Poetry in Portugal. Her poem “The Antihero” was commended by Don Paterson in the annual Edwin Morgan International Poetry Competition. “The Flight to Sacramento” was recently published in the Winter issue of Rattle […]

EN 304, Writing of Poetry, event tomorrow night

Tomorrow evening, December 4th, Megan Fernandes‘s advanced poetry class will have an end of the year reading at Gallery 263 in Cambridgeport, MA at 5:30pm. The event includes cheese and refreshments and four BU undergraduate poets who would love to share their poetry with an audience. Gallery 263 is 15 minutes away from campus, across […]

Lisa Hiton has received a Pushcart Prize nomination

A few months ago we reported that a poem by Lisa Hiton (Poetry 2011), “The Senator,” had been published in the DMQ Review. We are excited to report that this poem has been nominated by the magazine for a Pushcart Prize. Congratulations and good luck, Lisa!