Coastlines 2013 is Here!
Thank you to everyone who came out for the 2013 Aisling Awards and Coastlines Launch! Congratulations to all the winners! You can pick up your print copy of Coastlines 2013 in the Culture and Society Building. You can also browse the digital issue on our website!
Coastlines 2013 Launch and Aisling Awards
Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Aisling Awards and Coastlines 2013 launch and made the event a success. Congratulations to our winners:
Poetry 2013: Lisette Alonso, A Man's Hands
Fiction 2013: Donovan Ortega, Going to the Bathroom
Nonfiction 2013: Stephanie Anderson, The Keepers of the Range
Above (from right to left): Lisette Alonso, Aisling Award Winner for Poetry; Editors Donovan Ortega, Kim Pekala, Caryn Suhr, and Mary Long; Stephanie Anderson, Aisling Award Winner for Creative Non-fiction.
Coastlines MFA Alumni Reading and Q&A Panel
On November 8th, 2012, Coastlines hosted four alumni from the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Florida Atlantic University. Alumns Jill Bergkamp, Dusty Clark, Victoria Fedden, and AJ Ferguson read original creative work and participated in a Q&A session on the writing life, the MFA program, and the post-program experience. There was also a lovely tribute to MFA alumna, Kim McCoy, who passed away earlier this year.
Above (from left to right): Dusty Clark, Victoria Fedden, and AJ Ferguson.
Below: (from left to right) Kim Pekala (Managing Editor), and Mary Long (Fiction Editor).
Coastlines 2012 Launch and Aisling Awards
Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Aisling Awards and Coastlines 2012 launch and made the event a success. Congratulations to our winners:
Poetry 2011: Nicole M. Preble, If Not, Winter (fragment 22)
Poetry 2012: Erick Verran, for young poets
Fiction 2011: Khristian Mecom, Love & Black Holes
Fiction 2012: Justin Waldron, Chinese Drywall
Nonfiction 2011: Nicole Oquendo, Urna
Nonfiction 2012: Erin Hobbie, The Kind of Land People Get Lost In
Coastlines Holiday "Nightmare Before Christmas" Open-Mic Night!
On December 9th, 2011, Coastlines hosted a Nightmare Before Christmas Holiday Party, featuring FAU musicians and creative writers, to celebrate the end of the semester and the start of the holidays "Halloween" style. Costumes were encouraged, and, subsequently, those without costumes were warmly heckled. Below, from left to right, are Chris Irving, Christy Lawler, Renee Long, and Gyasi Byng all celebrating and performing in "Halloween Town" style.