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April 20: Willie Perdomo Headlines POL Reading

The last reading of the season in Fordham’s Poets Out Loud (POL) series features 2014 National Book Critics Circle Award (Poetry) finalist Willie Perdomo, English Ph.D. candidate and poet Jordan Windholz, and high school students who have attended workshops this year as part of the POL outreach program.

The reading on Monday, April 20th, which begins at 7 p.m., is being held at the University's Lincoln Center Campus at 113 West 60th Street (corner of Columbus and 60th St.) in the Lowenstein 12th Floor Lounge. It is free and open to the public.

More details are available in a Fordham News article on the event.

 

Willie Perdomo Introduces Himself, Reads from "The Essential Hits of Shorty Bon Bon"

Bricolage Call for Submissions

Bricolage, Fordham University’s student-run journal of Comparative Literature, has extended its call for submissions to the print journal to January 20th.

Published annually in the spring, Bricolage features both critical and creative writing in multiple languages –– the only Fordham University journal to do so. It also publishes photography and art.

Members of the student editorial board have control over both the structure and the content of the journal. The editors are currently looking for online and print submissions. See their guidelines here.

Suggested prompts for online submissions can be found here.

Questions should be directed to litstudies@fordham.edu.

Call for Submissions: Creative Writing Prizes

The Creative Writing Program is now accepting Fordham student submissions to the 2015 Creative Writing Prizes.  

  • Academy of American Poets Prize
  • Bernice Kilduff White & John J. White Creative Writing Prize
  • Margaret Lamb/Writing to the Right-Hand Margin Prizes
  • The Reid Family Prize
  • Ully Hirsch/Robert F. Nettleton Poetry Prizes

Deadline for submissions: February 7, 2015