Following up on yesterday’s post, we highlight the amazing speakers for Tuesday’s events at the Rosemont Writers’ Retreat. There is still time to sign up for the week. If you’re interested, check out their home page for more information.
Noontime Writers and Readers Series
12 noon, Gracemere Great Room, 1306 Wendover Rd. Rosemont PA 19010
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Liz Abrams-Morley is the author of Necessary Turns, winner of an Eric Hoffer Award for Excellence, 2010, Learning the Calculate the Half Life, two chapbooks and numerous published stories and poems. Her poems and stories have been read on NPR. Liz is co-founder/director of Around the Block Writers’ Collaborative, (www.writearoundtheblock.org) and teaches on Rosemont’s MFA faculty.
Tuesday Night Publishing Panel at the Rosemont Writer’s Retreat
7:30 PM Gracemere Great Room, 1306 Wendover Rd. Rosemont PA 19010
From Apiary Magazine: Lillian Dunn studied English at Swarthmore College, and fell in love with literature outside the classroom in locations as varied as Chester, PA, where she ran an arts summer camp for two years, and Mendoza, Argentina, where she taught English as a Fulbright scholar. She works as an arts and marketing strategist in Philadelphia. The rest of the day is spent having a really great time as editor of APIARY Magazine. She and her co-founders started the magazine for kicks, and it’s stayed that way.
From Painted Bride Quarterly: Dan Driscoll teaches in the First-Year Writing Program as well as in the English Program. He has taught creative writing and fiction at Temple University and in Rosemont College’s MFA in Creative Writing Program. He is a senior editor of Painted Bride Quarterly.
From Rosemont College MA in Publishing: Anne Willkomm is the MA in Publishing program director at Rosemont College. Her work has appeared in The Medulla Review, Sibyl Magazine, Memoirs of Meanness, and on FlashFiction.net. She was twice named a semi-finalist in the William Faulkner Creative Writing Competition. She is a graduate of the MFA program at Rosemont College and taught at Philadelphia University.
From Philadelphia Stories: Courtney Bambrick is the poetry editor at Philadelphia Stories. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in such journals as Apiary, Certain Circuits, Dirty Napkin, Philadelphia Poets, Mad Poets Review, and the Schuylkill Valley Journal. Courtney currently teaches writing and literature at Holy Family University, Philadelphia University, and Gwynedd-Mercy College. She recently coordinated the third annual Children’s Arts Program for kids at Old Academy Players in her neighborhood. She lives with poet Peter Baroth in East Falls.