Grad Decade: 2020s

Margaret Anne Kean ‘20

Margaret Anne Kean’s ‘20 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) poem, “The Flow of Tides,” appeared in Eunoia Review.

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Jeri Frederickson ‘20

Jeri Frederickson’s ‘20 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) poem, “A Letter for the Pseudonyms at My Job,” was published in The Purposeful Mayonnaise.

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Janet Rodriguez ‘20

Janet Rodriguez’s ‘20 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) piece, “Pocha,” was published in Pangyrus, and her interviews “The Power of the Word: Talking with Roberto Lovato” and “Discovering the Thought: A Conversation With Andrés Cerpa” were published in The Rumpus.  

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Giselle Töngi-Walters ‘21

Giselle Töngi-Walters ‘21 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MA) was featured in a profile feature story in The Philippine Star about her career as an actress and her recent graduation from the MA in Nonprofit Management program. Giselle was still in her teens when she made a name for herself in Philippine showbiz. Some of her most memorable films were Langit sa Piling Mo (1997), Diliryo (1997), and Luksong Tinik (1999), which earned her a Best Supporting Actress award at the Metro Manila Film Festival. In 1999, she played mom to newcomer Edward Barber in Paul Soriano’s romantic drama, First Love, a film

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Giselle Töngi-Walters ‘21

Giselle Töngi-Walters ‘21 (Los Angeles, MA), the lead star of Peque Gallaga and Lore Reyes’ romantic-drama, “Diliryo” (1997), finished her graduate studies at the Antioch University in Los Angeles. Her focus for graduate studies was professional development and academic classes pertaining to the nonprofit sector. She thought of nonprofit management because it is similar to attaining an MBA (Master’s in Business), but adding the NGO [non-government organization] social good structure. She hopes to one day create sustainability for future generations. She has recently been offered the executive director position for the annual Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC). The

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Leonora Simonovis ‘20

Leonora Simonovis’ ‘20 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) Study of the Raft was selected by judge Sherwin Bitsui as the winner of the 2021 Colorado Prize for Poetry. The book will be published by the Center for Literary Publishing in November 2021.  

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Dr. Yves P. Gakunde ’12 and ’20

Dr. Yves P. Gakunde ’20 (New England, PhD in Environmental Studies) and ’12 (New England, MS in Sustainable Development and Climate Change) assumed the position of Purchasing and Contract Services manager for the City of Keene after previously working as environmentally preferred purchasing program coordinator. He will assist the city in working toward its sustainability goals.

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Kimberly Ellingson ‘20

Kimberly Ellingson ‘20 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) was accepted into the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s PhD program in Creative Writing. Her poem “Sparrow Haibun,” was published in Lost Balloon.  

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John Treat ‘20

John Treat ‘20 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA) was named a finalist in the 18th Annual Saints and Sinners LGBTQ Literary Festival Poetry Contest and Fiction Contest. This is the first time an author has placed in the finals for both poetry and prose. http://sasfest.org

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Alisha Escobedo ‘20

Alisha Escobedo’s ‘20 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) poems, “In Isolation (Drinking Too Much Again)” and “my new psychiatrist,” were published in Sentience Literary Journal.

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Kris Martinez ‘20

Kris Martinez ‘20 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) had a piece, “Babyland,” published in The Manifest-Station and an essay, “Woven: Dick Coyote and the Camel’s Back,” published in Entropy.     

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Sarah Haas ‘20

Sarah Haas ‘20 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) review, “Justice by Seeing: Of Color by Jaswinder Bolina,” appeared in The Rumpus. Haas’s piece, “A Toy, a Tool, a Piece of Art: Sarah Haas on What a Book Can Be,” appeared in LitHub.

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