WHERE: Palabras Bilingual Bookstore, 1738 E McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85006
Past SR contributor Sally Ball has helped to bring about a discussion event at a local Tempe book shop with the notable authors Chris Nealon and Wendy Trevino.
The Marshall Chair Borderlands Poetry and Performance Series is presenting The Poetics of Borders, Race, and Capital, which is supported by the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University, is free and open to the public. The reading event will be facilitated by the two authors and will take place on November 22nd at Palabras Bilingual Bookstore.
You can learn about Chris Nealon’s new book of poetry, The Shore, here and Wendy Trevino’s recent work, Cruel Fiction, here. To read our contributor, Sally Ball’s poetry go to Issue 6 of Superstition Review.
We hope you are able to attend this thought-provoking event! You can also RSVP here, though it is not required to attend.
Today’s Intern Update features Regan Henley, an Art Editor from Issue 14 of Superstition Review.
With a BA in Intermedia/Multimedia, Regan has been working as a curator for the Random Access Gallery in Syracuse, New York. There, she continues to pursue her interest in the creative and interpersonal aspects of technology, and how we can use emerging digital media as emotional and social tools.
Just before her current position, Regan also worked as a graduate teaching assistant at Syracuse University, the art community of which still collaborating with Random Access Gallery today.
We are so proud of you Regan!
If you’d like, you can visit Regan’s LinkedIn here.
Today’s Intern Update features Megan Kizer, who worked on Superstition Review’s Twitter and Tumblr accounts for Issue 14.
With a BA in English Literature and Language, Megan began working as a Digital Content Manager for Milestone Retirement Communities just this August and has assisted 80+ retirement communities across the U.S. with digital content marketing initiatives.
She has also worked as a Content Editor for ForwardPMX, a marketing and advertising agency managing a pool of writers for timely deliveries.
We are so proud of you Megan!
If you’d like, you can visit Megan’s LinkedIn profile here.
Join us in congratulating Jennifer on the publication of her new novel Trinity Sight, released in October!
She is a past SR contributor with four published books of poetry who has won many awards for her work. After, seven years of work, Trinity Sight, a unique work of dystopian fiction, is her first novel. The book centers around an anthropologist who must travel across an apocalyptic landscape while pregnant with twins.
For more information about Jennifer and her work you can visit her website. You can also read her poetry, featured in Issue 14 of Superstition Review.
Today’s Intern Update features Lauren Fosgett, an interview editor from Issue 13 of Superstition Review.
With a BS in Graphic Information Technology, Lauren began working as an IT analyst for Grand Canyon Education, Inc. just this year, building her career as an IT professional skilled in both procedures and technological solutions.
She has also worked as an IT Solutions Specialist and a Front Desk Associate for Bryan University and supported multiple departments to improve business practices.
We are so proud of you Lauren!
If you’d like, you can learn more by visiting Lauren’s LinkedIn here.
Today’s Intern Update features Elizabeth Sheets, a Content Coordinator from Issue 13 of Superstition Review.
With a BA in English Creative Writing, Elizabeth currently works as an editorial assistant for the Journal of Proteome Research, managing manuscripts and communicating with authors and experts alike in the field about reviewing and editorial decisions.
Elizabeth has also worked as an editor for the Black Fox Literary Magazine, reviewing submissions as well as blog posts for clarity and grammar before publication.
We are so proud of you Elizabeth!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Elizabeth’s LinkedIn here.
Today’s Intern Update features Lindsey Bosak, a fiction editor from Issue 12 of Superstition Review.
With a BA in English Literature and History as well as an MA in Library and Information Science, Lindsey began working as an Award Manager for Yale University just this September, where she reviews, negotiates, and approves terms and conditions for grants and cooperative agreements.
She has also worked as a Grant and Contract Officer for The Office of Research and Sponsored Projects Administration at ASU, working with a Research Advancement Team to look over financial proposals and submit them to a sponsor.
We are so proud of you Lindsey!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Lindsey’s LinkedIn here.
Join us in congratulating past SR contributor, Laurie Stone, on the publication of her new book Everything is Personal, Notes on Now.
The memoir is an amalgamation of essays and diary entries about her life experience as she contemplates the world. The introduction writer of the book Chris Kraus called it “engaging, sharp, [and] funny.”
Her book will be released on January 15, 2020 and is now available for pre-order here. To learn more about Laurie and her work, visit her website. You can also read her essays featured in Issue 1 and Issue 10 of Superstition Review.
Today’s intern update features Morgan Rath, a social networking intern for Supersition Review from the summer of 2013.
With a BA in Communication and certifications in sales and marketing essentials, Morgan began working as a publicist for Macmillan Children’s earlier this year, fulfilling her aspiration of working as a publicist for a publishing house in New York City.
Morgan has also worked as both a publicist and Account Coordinator for Booksparks, located in Tempe, Arizona. Here, she assisted both bestselling and debut authors as well as fellow publicists and clients with her PR plans and campaigns for the company.
We are so proud of you Morgan!
For more information, you can see Morgan’s LinkedIn profile here.
Today’s Intern Update features Sydni Budelier, a blogger for Issue 11 of Superstition Review.
With a BA in English/Creative Writing, Sydni has been working as the Director of Communications at Hope for the Day, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing suicide through outreach, education, and action.
Sydni has also worked as a print editorial intern for Nylon Magazine, where she was even featured as a contributing writer in the May 2015 print issue for film review on Far From the Madding Crowd.
We are so proud of you Sydni!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Sydni’s LinkedIn here.