A profile and interview with John Calderazzo on nature writing is forthcoming in Whole Terrain magazine. John will soon be doing nonfiction writing talks and workshops at Colorado Mesa University and the Wyoming Writers Conference in Sheridan.John has also conducted a number of science communication workshops for CSU faculty and graduate students through SoGES, the Department of Atmospheric Science, and the Office of the Vice President of Research. This week he will do a talk on story-telling and science communication at a conference of Antarctic Researchers at Sylvan Dale Ranch.
Camille Dungy’s poem, “Frequently Asked Questions: #9,” is featured on the Academy of American Poets’ webpage, poets.org.
Bruce Ronda’s essay “’Picking the World to Pieces’: Little Women and Secularization” appears in Critical Insights: Little Women, Gregory Eiselein and Anne K. Phillips, eds. Ipswich, MA: Salem Press, 2015, 54-66.
Stewart Moore’s short essay, “Patience,” was just published in the fall edition of The Flyfish Journal.
Bill Tremblay’s narrative, “To Cynthia from the City of Love,” will be forthcoming in Ginosko Literary Journal sometime before the end of 2015.
Summer Whisman earned her MA in Rhet Comp in 2011 and was diagnosed with ALS in spring of 2012. She has written an unpublished memoir about living with ALS called Pillowflipping my Way Through ALS and Oregon Public Broadcasting recently did an hour-long interview with her about her manuscript and experiences with the disease. The audio of the interview and a short video are available at OPB’s website: http://www.opb.org/news/series/at-home/at-home-with-als/