Follow the link below to reach this special number of Radcliffe Magazine, a publication of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University.
The issue consists of essays by artists, journalists, scholars and scientists addressing lessons learned in the difficult year of 2020.
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.
To read an interview exploring the roots of my recent NER essay “The Haunting of Byerly Hall: WC” follow the link below:
Not long ago my essay “The Rock in the Grate” appeared in the online journal VOL. 1 BROOKLYN. To experience the writing follow the link below.
The Rock in the Grate
My essay “Nine Parrot Tulips” will soon be appearing in the winter issue of The Antioch Review. To learn more about the journal, click the link below.
An essay called “The First Forever” appears in the Summer 2018 issue of 1966, a journal out of Trinity College (Texas) that features long-form creative nonfiction.
To experience the writing go here:
“Sing Me a Song of 19 University Place” appears in the latest issue of this journal out of Louisiana State University. For more information follow the link below:
The Harvard Review will publish my essay “The Secret of Jefferson Market Garden” in its fall 2017 issue.
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“A Banquet of Lilacs: An Essay Enacted” is the title of the essay.
To learn more about the journal, follow this link