Alumni and Contributor Updates: Fall 2020

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We’re always pleased to share updates from our family of contributor-alumni and other friends. Here’s what we’ve collected between our last update and now. Have something to share? Submit your news here for inclusion in a future update.

Lisa K. Buchanan published an essay in Fish Anthology 2020 (Ireland); “Brief Notes to My Brother’s Other Sisters” was a top-ten selection for the year’s Fish Short Memoir Prize.

Chapin Cimino published a story, “Doors,” in Issue 40 of The Write Launch, and a piece of flash nonfiction, “Gin and Coconut Curry” in The Dewdrop in November, 2020.

Pietra Dunmore published a new essay, ” Becoming a Blank Canvas” in Causeway Lit. Her essay received an Honorable Mention.

Anthony J. Mohr’s essay “My Father and Me Too” appeared in volume 31 of Green Hills Literary Lantern. His essay “The Hardy Girls” was published in the 2020 spring/summer issue of Maryland Literary Review.

Todd Sformo published a new essay “So Much Depends Upon . . . ” in the September issue of Catamaran.

Caroline Siegrist published a piece in the Washington Post parenting section.

Kirsten Voris is a featured essayist in the forthcoming anthology, Embodied Healing: Survivor and Facilitator Voices from the Practice of Trauma Sensitive Yoga, edited by Jennifer Turner (North Atlantic Books). All proceeds from sales of this book will go towards direct service initiatives aimed at opening classes that otherwise would not have funding.

Isaac Yuen’s essay “El Lugar de Los Sueños” was published in Issue 3 of The Willowherb Review. It was also shortlisted for The Masters Review Anthology IX with guest judge Rick Bass.

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