Anne Liu Kellor’s ‘06 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) memoir, Heart Radical: A Search for Language, Love, and Belonging, was published September 6, 2021 by She Writes Press. Her essay, “Shapeshifting: Discovering the ‘We’ in Mixed-Race Experiences,” appeared in YES!
Adrian Ernesto Cepeda‘s ’16 (Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) poetry collection, We Are the Ones Possessed, will be published by CLASH Books in 2022. His poem, “Verses Almost Sent to a Lingering Flame,” was published in Sentience Literary Journal and his poem, “Love by a Trash Can,” appeared in Punk Noir Magazine.
Marian Blue ’08 (Antioch University Seattle, Communications) recently had her book Sailing off the Hook published by Cyberwit Publishing. This collection of twenty short stories involves characters who abandon traditional methods of making decisions, developing relationships, enjoying life, and discovering the magic in life. “These short stories, not about sailing, cover decades of writing that has appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies,” says Blue. “Most reflect my continued interest in magic realism and fantasy.” Blue’s award-winning writing (journalism, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry) has appeared internationally for 45 years. She’s published in newspapers, magazines, and books/anthologies (including her own
April Brucker ’19 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) had her new book Don’t Read My Lips! — America’s Foremost Female Ventriloquist Reveals the Secrets of How to be a Successful Vent published CFBP Bestsellers on March 13, 2021. Brucker is a Las Vegas headliner and the special guest star in the Las Vegas revue “BurlesQ.” “When the pandemic shut down my Vegas residency last year after just two performances, I took time to write the book that I always wanted to write but hadn’t due to tour dates, TV appearances, and other excuses,” says Brucker. “Whether you’re
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