Exciting new updates from some of the Catapult Writing Program’s students!
Catapult students were busy writing and submitting their work in the last months of 2016. Check out the list below to see what our writers are up to!
Are you a Catapult alum with writing news? Contact Colin Drohan (email@example.com) to let us know, and we’ll give you a shout out in the next roundup!
Natalka Burian and Nonie Brzyski created The Freya Project, a series of monthly fundraisers, in an effort to support women in our new political reality. Their first event is a reading on January 26th at Ramona, headlined by Jessica Valenti. All proceeds from the night will be going towards La Frontera Fund.
Sonia Feigelson and Emma Horwitz co-wrote “Florida,” which was published at Split Lip Magazine.
Trevor Ketner was named a finalist for Poets House Emerging Poets Fellowship, and his poems “A Spell Called Home” and “Nuclear” were published in Devil’s Lake.
Michelle Lyn King’s “Musical Map of the USA: Florida—The Backstreet Boys” was published on Brooklyn Magazine‘s website.
Nadia Owusu‘s “Something in the Water” was published in The Cossack Review, and she was awarded second place in Lumina‘s 2017 nonfiction contest, judged by Leslie Jamison. Her essay “Aftershocks” will be published in their next issue.
Erica Peplin‘s “Perfect Couple” was published at Cosmonauts Avenue.
Jane Renaud‘s “A Tangle of Rope” was an honorable mention for New Delta Review‘s Flash Fiction Contest.
Rupi Sood recently launched J’aipur Journal, an East-meets-West publication that includes interviews with creatives from around the world, artistic exercises, and inspirational quotes.
Eshani Surya‘s piece “Between Colitis Flares, Expect the Following Symptoms” won New Delta Review‘s Ryan R. Gibbs Flash Fiction Contest, judged by Mary Miller. Her piece “Impasse” was published in Lunch Ticket, and she wrote a post for The MFA Years about the University of Arizona.
Kayla Tanenbaum interviewed Adam Robinson for Columbia Journal.
Evan Walsh‘s essay “Nationalism, Masculinity, and Friendship” was published in The Berkeley Beacon.