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Kathleen Kraft’s poem “I Am Hanging Up Wet Clothes, In Leaves, Converse” was accepted by Stickman Review, her poem “The Downward Rising and I Go To A Shala” was accepted by REAL, and her poem “Hello Kathleen, Your Shopping Cart is Empty” was accepted by The Satirist. Kathleen is a former NYC Advanced Poetry student.
Alex Pope’s book Girl, World will be published by Laughing Fire Press in the autumn of 2016, her story “Family Matter” was accepted by The Massachusetts Review, her story “Moxie” was accepted by The Tacoma Review, her story “Room 308” was accepted by The Laurel Review. In addition, her essay “The Monster by the River” was accepted by The Matador Review, her essay “Cages: The Intersection of Fear, Racism and Terror” was accepted by Today & Yesterday, her essay “What’s in a Name?” was accepted by SunStruck, and her essay “All Together Now, Penis!: Teaching Feminist Literature in Iraq” was accepted by BUST. Alex is a former student, who last studied with Therese Eiben in Level IV.
Kay Kidd‘s poem “Autobiography” was a Shortlist Poetry Prize winner in Fish Publishing’s 2016 poetry competition. Jay is a student in the Master Class.
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