A reminder: the student author reception for the published work in New Voices, New Visions (the Composition Program’s student essay collection) is on Wednesday, September 19 in Jacobson Faculty Tower 1010 from 4:00-5:30. Refreshments will be served.
The State University of New York at New Paltz and the New York Conference on Asian Studies and Common Summer Reading Program 2012 presents:
Author Ha Jin on “Writing about the immigrant Experience”
Friday, September 28, 2012
SUNY New Paltz
Lecture Center 100
10:50 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.
(This lecture is free and open to the public.)
*Special thanks to all co-contributors, especially the Asian Studies Program; Campus Auxiliary Services; Design and Print Services, English Department; Provost’s Office; and the Dean’s Office, Liberal Arts & Sciences.
Brought to you by the Creative Writing Program: Students and Faculty Read Together.
This is an open-invitation reading of students and faculty in all CW genres.
Please join us on Tuesday, October 2, at 5:00 p.m. in the Honors Center, College Hall, for an evening of shared readings!
Part of the Resnick series, join Prof. Michelle Woods for her lecture “Jews and Modernism: Kafka in Amerika.”
Event: Wed., 9/19, at 7:30 in Lecture Center 104
We are now accepting submissions for the 2013 Stonesthrow Review. Information below:
Please make sure that you have registered for your fall courses, or are fully prepared to do so when your registration slot opens. Next week the College will be begin looking at under-enrolled courses, and we want to be sure that our courses are protected against cancellation. Even if you are not 100% sure that you want a specific course, please register for it now to assure yourself of a seat (you can drop the course if needed as soon as you better understand your needs).
Summer course registration is also open, and we have just added seats in two 400-level online electives. See information at newpaltz.edu/summer.
All best as you complete your spring semester papers, projects, and tests.
The Creative Writing Program is pleased to announce that
the Tomaselli Awards ceremony will be held this year on
May 3 at 5:30 in JFT1010. Submissions for the competition
will be accepted from now until April 26. Students should
submit all work to me, Dennis Doherty, JFT718. The
categories are poetry, fiction, and alternate (nonfiction,
dramatic, experimental, etc.) Students may submit in any
and all categories: 1 work each in prose and up to 5
Note: for blind judging, submissions should have no names
on the actual manuscripts. Each should have a separate
cover sheet with name, contact information, and
title/titles on it.
This is for graduating seniors in creative writing only.
For information contact Dennis Doherty at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 257-2733.
Check out this month’s issue of Works Cited. Read about the Creative Writing Program, adjunct Professor Erin Newcomb, and some exciting upcoming events!
“Carol Goodman, pseudonym Juliet Dark, will read from The Demon Lover”
We invite you to submit your creative work to the 7th annual publication of Stonesthrow Review, the highly selective literary journal for SUNY New Paltz undergraduate students. Up to five (5) poems per person will be considered, as well as fiction, creative nonfiction, or dramatic scenes of up to 2,500 words. You do not have to be a student in the Creative Writing program to participate. The deadline for submissions is Friday, March 16, 2012, though we strongly encourage early submissions. You may give submissions to your Creative Writing or Craft course professor or bring them to Ethel in the English Department (JFT 714).
A submission form must accompany each manuscript. Stonesthrow 2012 (2)