March 8-10 » AWP 2018 Annual Conference, “Why Start A Literary Magazine?” panel (Tampa Bay, FL). Friday, March 9th, 3:00pm-4:15pm – Room 15, First Floor, Tampa Convention Center.
February 24th » “Stories & Soup” Writing Workshop, Hosted by Oneida Nation Arts Program & the Wisconsin Native American Playwright Festival. (10AM – 4 PM, $20, Oneida Nation Community Education Center, 2632 Packerland Dr, Green Bay, WI.)
March 7 – 10 » Anthropoid & Reservoir, bookfair table 225, at AWP Annual Conference ’18. (Tampa Convention Center, Tampa Bay, FL).
March 9th, 3 PM – 4:15 PM » “Why Start A Literary Magazine“, panel at AWP Annual Conference ’18, with Erin Stalcup, Gabriel Blackwell, and Levis Keltner. “Some say more excellent literary journals exist than anyone could ever read, so there’s no need for any more. We disagree. The founders and editors of four mission-driven magazines—The Collagist, Anthropoid, Newfound, and Waxwing—discuss why we started our journals, and how we’re changing the literary landscape by publishing aesthetically brilliant, diverse voices. We are doing the necessary work of expanding the conversation through the range and rigor of our authors. (Room 15, First Floor, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa Bay, FL)
April 10th, 12th, 17th, 19th » Poetry Workshops at ICS Milwaukee, hosted by The BIG READ Milwaukee and UWM, with Peter Burzynski, and Franklin K R Kline.
April 11th, 18th, and 25th » “Writer Wednesdays” writing and creative workshops, hosted by Oneida Nation Arts Program. (5-6:30PM, free, Oneida Nation Community Education Center, 2632 Packerland Dr, Green Bay, WI)
June 30th » Camp NaNoWriMo Kickoff, hosted by Oneida Nation Arts Program. More information TBA.
August 11th » Camp NaNoWriMo Reading, hosted by Oneida Nation Arts Program. More information TBA.
February 8 – 12 » Reservoir & Anthropoid @ AWP ’17, bookfair table 254, at AWP Annual Conference ’17. Support the journey and purchase signed books and more via Indiegogo. (Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.)
February 10th, 9 AM – 10:15 AM » Writing as Refugees: Collective Trauma and Impossible Return, panel at AWP Annual Conference ’17, with Fatimah Asghar, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Safia Elhillo, and Monica Sok. This AWP panel is among indigenous, African, Latino, and Asian writers whose work draws upon their experiences of being refugees, relocated, and stateless. While writers communicate their ancestors’ grief through words, they may face repercussions for breaking the silence. Considering the current refugee crisis, Swati Khurana organized this panel to broaden the conversation by discussing when geographical return is impossible, people become undocumented, and war and genocide obliterates a notion of “home.” (Liberty Salon I, J, & K, Marriott Marquis, Meeting Level Four, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.)
February 10th, 7:30 PM » Off-site Reading with Iron Horse Literary Magazine, grist, and Nashville Review, at AWP Annual Conference ’17 . (Mulebone, 121 14th St NW, Washington D.C.)
May 6 » “Discarding the Cloak of Invisibility: A Candid Look at the Whitewashing in the Potterverse,” at Harry Potter And The Pop Culture Conference, with Jennifer Cross (moderator), Michi Trota, Matt Peters, Susheela Bhat, Suzanne Walker. (free to public, DePaul, Chicago, IL)
June 9- August 13 » “Water Basket” visual poetic project appearing in Heid E. Erdrich’s “(About that) Water Is Life,”at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts.
November 13 » Sundress Publications’ Poets in Pajamas Reading Series #3: Kenzie Allen, hosted by Sam Slaughter, online via Periscope. (Nationally and Internationally available via Periscope app, 7PM EST)
October 1 » Co-editing Bettering American Poetry 2015 (nomination guidelines – deadline Nov. 30)
September 25 – 28 » High Plains Society for Applied Anthropologists‘ 2014 Ghost Ranch Retreat, conference theme “Engaging Local Communities and Applied Anthropology.”
October 11 » Seminar: Applying to MFA Programs, hosted by WriterHouse (9:00AM – 4:00PM; Charlottesville, Virginia): A comprehensive all-day class and workshop session for those interested in applying to graduate programs in Creative Writing. Space is limited to 12 students.