Archive for October, 2015

28 Days Later and Other Nightmares on What Terrifies Us

October 31, 2015

In the spirit of Halloween, Rosebud Ben-Oni​ wrote about badass Naomie Harris in the film 28 DAYS LATER for The Kenyon Review & asked me, Brian Kornell​, Malcolm Friend, Darrel Alejandro Holnes​, Raina Leon, Robin Ford, Jameson Fitzpatrick & Chen Chen​ to share what terrifies us. Happy Halloween!  Check it out here: http://www.kenyonreview.org/2015/10/28-days-later-and-other-nightmares-on-what-frightens-us/

cream city review panel & Milwaukee’s Best reading at Steel Pen Writers’ Conference

October 10, 2015

In Indiana at Steel Pen Writers’ Conference with Ryder Collins, Ann Stewart McBee, Dawn Tefft, all former editors of cream city review, to chat about tips for submitting to literary journals, 10:20-11:30am (Beethoven Room, Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza). Catch us reading Milwaukee-themed work tonight, 8:30-10pm (Grand Metropolitan East 4)! Full schedule & info below, http://indianawritersconsortium.org/IWC-creative-writing-conference.asp

Getting over the Transom: Tips for litmag acceptances from former editors of cream city review: Ching-In Chen, Ryder Collins, Ann Stewart McBee, and Dawn Tefft

In this panel, past editors of cream city review will discuss the do’s and don’ts of literary magazine submission generally as well as through the lens of their own publication’s aesthetic. The Milwaukee-based biannual, non-profit journal is devoted to publishing work that pushes the borders of literature. cream city review features fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, visual art, author interviews, and reviews of contemporary literature.

Milwaukee’s Best: A Reading
Ching-In Chen, Ryder Collins, Ann Stewart McBee, and Dawn Tefft

A pack of writers with ties to Milwaukee – all have lived in the city on the lake and all have served in an editorial role at cream city review –will bring their Miltown flavor to you. What makes Milwaukee great? It’s a place on the lake; it’s a place in our hearts. Come hear us share some Milwaukee love and words with you.

Open Mic, Armstrong – Writers of all genres invited!