Congratulations to SR Contributor Kathleen McCormick.
Her essay“In the Backseat of a Mustang Convertible on Memorial Day in the Rain,” (published in Issue 12 of 2013) has just won an Honorable Mention in the 38th New Millennium Writings competition.
Her memoir Dodging Satan: My Irish/Italian Perilous, Secret, Sometimes Awesome, but Mostly Creepy, Childhood is coming out in April or May of this year.
Kathleen Zamboni McCormick is Professor of Literature at Purchase College, SUNY. Her essay, “I Always Thought I Was on Good Terms with the Virgin Mary Even Though I Hadn’t Gotten Pregnant in High School,” won the Tiny Lights First Prize and was performed in Petaluma, CA. She’s negotiating with a NYC theater to do readings of other pieces. Work has appeared in Witness, South Carolina Review, and Zone 3, among others. Academic books include The Culture of Reading and the Teaching of English (MLA Mina Shaughnessy Award).
Each Tuesday we feature audio or video of an SR Contributor reading their work. Today we’re proud to feature a podcast by Heather Altfeld.
Heather Altfeld teaches English and Honors classes at California State University, Chico. Her recent and forthcoming publications include poetry in Narrative Magazine, Pleiades, Poetry Northwest, ZYZZYVA, Sow’s Ear Review, Greensboro Review, Squaw Valley Review, Jewish Currents, Laurel Review, The New Guard, and Zone 3. She has completed her first book of poems and is currently working on a second book of poetry and a book of stories for children.
You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes Channel.
You can read along with the work in Superstition Review.
Each Tuesday we feature audio or video of an SR Contributor reading their work. Today we’re proud to feature this podcast by Heather Altfeld.
Heather Altfeld teaches composition at California State University, Chico. She is a member of the Squaw Valley Community of Writers and has published poetry inPleiades, ZYZZYVA, The Tule Review, The Squaw Valley Review, Clackamas, The Arroyo Review, and The New Guard, with poems forthcoming in The Greensboro Review and Zone 3. She has just completed her first manuscript of poems, entitledThe Disappearing Theatre. She loves to cook, travel, be outdoors, and she collects and adores children’s literature.
Heather’s website can be viewed here.
You can read along with Heather’s poems in Issue 10 of Superstition Review.
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