Tag Archives: Poetry

Poetry Book Launch for Finally, the Moon

Please join GCC’s own Kimberly Williams for the launch of her book of poetry, Finally, the Moon. When: Friday, June 9th at 7PM. Where: {9} The Gallery in Phoenix. Why: Because it’s Kimberly! Congratulations!

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April Open Mic & Social Justice Reading

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Call for Submissions: Four Chambers

From our friends at Four Chambers comes a wonderful opportunity for ambitious writers: “Literally, Four Chambers is a small press and independent community literary magazine based in Phoenix, AZ. Figuratively, we’re a heart. And despite all the puns—or precisely because … Continue reading

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Two Languages, One Soul: A Bilingual Poetry Reading

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Saturday Workshop: How to Write a Sexy Sentence

If you don’t think that the way an adjective pairs perfectly with a noun is erotic, then you have a thing or two to learn… This workshop focuses on developing prose, word by word, sentence by sentence, with agonizing attention … Continue reading

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Announcing: The Traveler Winners!

Please join everyone from the Traveler staff, literary judges, and the English Department at GCC in congratulating the Traveler winners for 2016-2017. After even more deliberation and competition than last year, the following pieces and writers were selected for publication: … Continue reading

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Open Mic: Featuring Josh Rathkamp

It is officially Go Time. Classes are churning. Deadlines are looming. New Year’s Resolutions are beginning to lose to pragmatism and habit. Writing professors, faced with the first of many waves of essays, are once again questioning their life choices. … Continue reading

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