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 protected]) 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 , judged by Leslie Jamison. Her essay "Aftershocks" will be published in their next issue. Lumina's 2017 nonfiction contest
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 , an East-meets-West publication that includes interviews with creatives from around the world, artistic exercises, and inspirational quotes. J'aipur Journal
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.