Monthly Archives: November 2015

Dammy Aderibigbe’s poem in RATTLE

We’re pleased to announce that Michael “Dammy” Aderibigbe’s poem “The Origin of Kindness” is forthcoming in RATTLE issue 50!  Dammy is currently in the MFA program for poetry at Boston University, where he studies with Robert Pinsky and Karl Kirchwey. Congrats, Dammy! D.M. Aderibigbe is from Nigeria. His chapbook, In Praise of Our Absent Father, is an […]

Lisa Hiton published in Word Riot

Lisa Hiton (Poetry 2011) has published two poems on Word Riot, which you can read and listen to here! Lisa’s poem “Dream of My Father’s Shiva, McCoy Park, 1976” is read by poet Richie Hofmann, who holds a BA from BU.  Richie recently published his first book of poetry.  At BU, he studied with Rosanna Warren. Congratulations, Lisa and […]

Micah Nathan in the Paris Review and Glimmer Train

We’re excited to share that an excerpt from Micah Nathan’s (Fiction 2010) novel In Search of Absolutely Nothing is forthcoming in Glimmer Train‘s latest issue!  In addition, Micah recently published this entertaining piece on Satanism and growing up in the suburbs of Los Angeles in the Paris Review‘s Halloween edition. Congrats, Micah! Micah Nathan has written several novels, […]

Sasenarine Persaud shortlisted for Guyana Prize for Literature

We’re pleased to share that Sasenarine Persaud’s (Fiction ’06) poetry collection, Love in a Time of Technology, was shortlisted for the Guyana Prize in Literature!  You can also see the announcement in the Guyana Chronicle, here. The judges had this to say about the book: “A fine collection of brief, succinct poems. The imagery is emotionally charged and reverberates with […]

Kelly Morse to publish chapbook in spring 2016

Kelly Morse (Poetry ’12) recently shared that her chapbook, Heavy Light, will be published by Two of Cups Press in spring 2016! Kelly says, “Heavy Light focuses on the ambivalence nested within motherhood, the trauma and strange joy of it.”  Above is a photo of Kelly and her daughter, which we thought fitting for this great news! Poems from […]