By: Carley Fockler I am now in my third semester of Stetson’s MFA of the Americas program. This program has allowed me to interact and collaborate with many people. This semester I have the distinct pleasure of having Patty Yumi Cottrell as my professor and mentor. She is the author of Sorry to Disrupt the … Continue reading Interview with Patty Yumi Cottrell
Check out some amazing visual crossword poems!
By Mary T Duerksen En las idiomas Romanticas, sustanivos y adjectivos son dé género. In Romance languages, nouns and adjectives are gendered. Mi tarea es a 'un-género' estas linguas. My task is to 'un-gender' these languages. Usaré el Español como ejemplo I will use Spanish as an example. In mi trabajo, yo estudio e investigo sistemas que oprimen … Continue reading queering language
On Writing; Or, What I Say in the Mirror on Days that are Heavy & Burdensome
by Dana Byerwalter One of the major draws of the MFA of the Americas is that you travel abroad during your June residency. When I learned the 2018 destination would be Rio de Janeiro, I was excited for all the residency entailed: lectures from visiting writers, in-person workshops, museum visits to take in the local … Continue reading Cristo Redentor
A short story inspired by Emmy Kirk’s time in Rio, Brazil.
By Carley Fockler Second semester student and Assistant to Art Editor Waking up to a canary singing sounds better than it is. If A.M is in the title, it's far too early in the day for me. But, after a sprinkling of seeds in his dish, the bird falls silent. I look through his bars … Continue reading One Way Streets: Ipanema