Check out the latest news from our Cambridge Common Writers community!

Thato Mwosa’s (WSS, June 2017) first narrative feature, Memoirs of a Black Girl, has been selected by the Toronto International Women Film Festival for 2021.

Amber Wong (Nonfiction, January 2014) has a new essay out in Stanford Magazine: “Change Is Crucial, and Slippery.”

Robbie Gamble (Poetry, January 2017/Nonfiction, June 2020) has several poems out in Rust + Moth (“Hodie Christus Natus Est“), Cider Press Review (“Abandoned Bouncy House“), Right Hand Pointing (“I Am the Kind of Poet Who Touches His Face“), and The New Verse News (“THAT IS NOT WHO WE ARE“).

Steven Cramer (Poetry, MFA Writing Faculty) has been featured by Brilliant Light Publishing for his books, Listen and Clangings.

Jody Hobbs Hesler (Fiction, June 2017) has a new short story out in The Bangalore Review entitled, “Trespassing.”

Pamela Petro (Creative Nonfiction; Graphic Novel & Comics, MFA Writing Faculty) has a new essay out in Ms Magazine titled, “The AElfgyva Syndrome and Erasure of Women’s Stories.”

Andrea Wang’s (WFYP) upcoming picture book, WATERCRESS, has received a starred review from Kirkus.

Eileen Cleary (Poetry, June 2016) is featured in a recent spotlight article from AWP (Association of Writers & Writing Programs).

Michael W. Mercurio (Poetry, January 2017) is hosting a poetry workshop, “Writing by Ear: Incorporating the Poetic,” on February 6, from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Karin Cecile Davidson (Fiction, June 2009) is featured in an article on Clifford Garstang’s blog, “I’ve Got Questions for Karin Cecile Davidson.”

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