April, 2010

James Scott, Mylinh Thi Chau, Corwin Levi, Mark So, Catherine Jones, Carol Rubenstein

Mylinh T. Chau

West Palm Beach, Florida- Mylinh Chau was born in the year of the buffalo in West Palm Beach, Florida and earned her bachelor of fine arts degree in painting with a minor in culture and politics at The Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. Her project-to-project studio practice encompasses drawing, painting, animation, sculptural, installation, video, and book works. In pursuit of her artistic vision, Chau has followed lobster diving expeditions in the depths of the South China Sea, lived on an organic farm in rural Japan with an I Ching master, explored emerald terraced rice paddies with Black… more »

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Catherine Jones

Missoula, MT – Catherine is a fiction writer and screenwriter. She has worked most recently with Full Glass Films and director Danny Leiner, adapting the manuscript of her novel, The Ceremony, into a feature-length screenplay. An earlier version of the same manuscript was a finalist for the Dana Award in the Novel. Catherine\’s short fiction has appeared in Black Warrior Review. She received an MFA in creative writing from University of Montana. Born in Florida, she lives in Montana with her husband, novelist Michael FitzGerald, and their two young sons.

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Corwin Levi

Washington DC – Corwin is a visual artist who spent his time at the Millay Colony drawing cloud monsters, making tiny bouquets appear, and exploring terrariums in the forest\’s discarded bottles. He marvels at synaesthesia, the view of the constellations from Austerlitz, and how many times the letter \”i\” can be squeezed into shine. In pursuit of such interests, Corwin uses a variety of media including paintings, drawings, children\’s books, sculpture, and video. He has a BA from Rice University and an MFA from the Tyler School of Art. Corwin\’s continuing work can be seen at his website, more »

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Carol Rubenstein

Ithaca, NY – Carol was born 11 August 1934 in NYC and attended Bennington College, Bennington, VT, 1955, 1969 (BA) and Johns Hopkins University, 1970, The Writing Seminars (MA).  Originally a dancer (Paul Taylor Dance Company during 1954-57), she continued in poetry, and was Resident Poet at the 212 Intermedia Workshop, Woodstock, NY and Member, St. Mark’s Poetry Series Committee, NYC (1966-67).  In 1971 she initiated a project to collect and translate oral poetry in Sarawak, E. Malaysia, Borneo, and received grants from the Ford Foundation (1971-74, 1976); Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation (1978); and the National Endowment for the Arts in… more »

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James Scott

Newtonville, MA – James has published fiction in One Story, American Short Fiction, Quick Fiction, Memorious, flatmancrooked, and other journals. His stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and the Best New American Voices anthology. He has won scholarships and fellowships to the New York State Summer Writers’ Institute, Wesleyan Writers’ Conference and Sewanee Writers’ Conference. He earned his MFA from Emerson College, where he won the Presidential Award and served as the fiction editor of Redivider. Currently, he teaches fiction workshops at the Grub Street Writing Center.

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Mark So

Los Angeles, CA – Mark So grew up in Syracuse and has lived in Los Angeles for the past ten years. He has written hundreds of pieces exploring the nuances of ordinary situations, including a vast cycle of work around the poetry of John Ashbery, and performs frequently in works from the experimental tradition. He has published a book, BANGS, chronicling Manfred Werder\’s ongoing performance of So\’s piece BANGS [to Manfred Werder].

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