University of Georgia Ph. D student Saurabh Anand talks with editor Melissa Ford Lucken in this episode of Washington Square On-Air.
Saurabh reveals some of the complexities of being an international student and talks about surprising his composition by using poetry classroom. Academic creatives will want to take note of how he blends his creative work into his scholarly life.
Saurabh Anand’s piece, I Miss Ya, Minnesota, appears in the Summer 2022 issue of the Washington Square Review.
Saurabh on Twitter: @_saurabh_anand_
Saurabh on LinkedIn.
Saurabh reads his poem, F-1 Visa, for the Journal of International Students.
Editor Susan Serafin-Jess connects with Michigan journalist and poet Beau Brockett to talk about the three poems he contributed towards the summer 2022 edition of Washington Square Review.
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California author and accomplished blues guitarist Terry Sanville chats with editor Melissa Ford Lucken in this episode of Washington Square On-Air.
Terry began writing creatively after retiring from urban planning, a career that includes many, many hours the keyboard. Listen in as he shares writing inspirations and compares his two writing lives to playing tennis and badminton.
Website: Terry Sanville on Amazon
Susan Serafin-Jess welcomes Cheryl Caesar to this episode of Washington Square On-Air.
Website: Cheryl Caesar on Amazon
The Washington Square Review hosted a public, live-stream event on Tuesday, April 19 from 6-8:30 EST.
Click below to watch the live stream of the event.
The Washington Square Review authors read work accepted for publication in the Summer 2022 issue.
LCC’s creative-writing community came together for an evening of connection and celebration on Tuesday, April 20th, 2021. This online event, celebrating the relaunch of LCC’s own literary journal The Washington Square Review, was an opportunity for everyone who is part of the LCC community to share their creative work by reading live for a virtual audience. Students, faculty, staff, alum, and all LCC community members were welcome to read their poetry, fiction, lyrics, or creative non-fiction.
We plan to have more Washington Square Reads events in the future. Please join us!
These events generally don’t have a specific theme or topic requirements. All we ask is that readers keep to the maximum time per reader, 10 minutes.
If you are interested in reading at a future Washington Square Reads event, contact Professor Melissa Lucken at email@example.com . Include your name, title, and type of work (poetry, fiction, etc.).
In the meantime, please listen, watch, and enjoy this recording of our Washington Square Reads event from April 2021: