NOVEL EXCERPT AND ESSAY IN THE JOURNAL OF BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE STUDIES

Volume 11 of this journal—“The Practice and Pedagogy of Writing at Black Mountain College”—features twelve pages from What Days Are Like When There Are Only Nights, accompanied by an essay on form entitled “The Road: A Shared Plight.”

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NOVEL EXCERPT IN FICTION INTERNATIONAL

Chapter 17 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines appears in this journal out of San Diego State University edited by Harold Jaffe. When possible, a print version will appear. In the meantime the issue is available on-line.

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ARTIST CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANT RECEIVED

This $5,000 award—jointly funded by the state of South Dakota and the National Endowment for the Arts—is “designed to support emerging artists committed to advancing their work and careers by providing funding to produce new work.”

SD Arts Council allocates $1.26 million in grants

These funds will importantly help alleviate financial pressure, allowing me to more quickly push various projects toward conclusion.

Deep gratitude goes out to the NEA, and, as well, the South Dakota Arts Council.