Stonecoast MFA in Creative Writing

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Alumna Helen Peppe will be one of twenty authors to participate at the annual New England Independent Booksellers Association trade show’s Author Reception in October.
Woods Hole Fim Festival
Stonecoast Faculty member Elizabeth Searle's screenplay A FOUR-SIDED BED, is a finalist in the Best Feature Screenplay competition at Woods Hole International Film Festival on Cape Cod.
photo by Helen Peppe, www.helenpeppephotography.com
Guest blogger, guest panelist at the Summer Residency, and alumna Helen Peppe writes for student Sheila Boneham's blog, reblogged here at the Stonecoast Faculty Blog. Helen will participate in a faculty panel at the 2013 Stonecoast Summer Residency titled “What We Talk About When We Talk About Race.”
Campobello Island
News and updates for Stonecoast community alumni, students, and faculty. Click on the link to read full details.
Foreword Reviews
Almuni Anthony D'Aires and Lexa Hillyer have won gold for memoir and poetry in the Foreward Magazine Book of the Year Awards.
Stonecoast Review
The Stonecoast Review is currently accepting submissions in Creative Nonfiction, Literary Fiction, Poetry, and Popular (genre) Fiction. www.stonecoastreview.com
photo by Helen Peppe, www.helenpeppephotography.com
Join us for the readings at the Stonecoast Summer Residency! Readings will take place during the evenings of July 12th - July 20th at The Inn at Brunswick Station.
The Innocent Classroom
After a year of implementation in Omaha, NE, and in partnership with the Minnesota Humanities Center, the Innocent classroom is seeing early success.
Sugar Pop Moon by John Florio
News and updates for Stonecoast community alumni, students, and faculty. Click on the link to read full details.
Barbara J Kelly
The Stonecoast MFA program would like to congratulate our friend and colleague, Barbara J Kelly on winning the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance - 2013 Maine Literary Award for Distinguished Achievement, "For exceptional and steadfast contributions to Maine's Literary community."

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