Debra Silverman ’81

Debra Silverman ’81 (Los Angeles, MA) was interviewed on CUTV News Radio in August of 2018. She has been an astrologer for over forty years and runs intensive online courses for aspiring astrologers. Her book, The Missing Element, received a glowing review from musician, Sting, who said “My good friend Debra has a remarkable talent, an ability to see the world the way you yourself see it, as if with your own eyes… she reminds you what fun it is to be you, the singular, freakish, awkward you, but she also reminds you of your potential, of your gifts to the world and your place in it, and that is friendship indeed.”

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Angela M. Brommel ‘09

Angela M. Brommel’s ‘09 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) poem, “Sober,” was included in Timshel: An Anthology of Grief and Joy Vol. 2.

Nicole D. Sconiers ‘10

Nicole D. Sconiers ‘10 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) had her piece, “Black Lives Matter and the Karen Surveillance State,” appear in Cultural Daily.

Lisa Cheby ‘10

Lisa Cheby’s ‘10 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) poem, “We don’t get to engage in violent language and exclusion,” appeared in Altadena Poetry Review.

Don Kingfisher Campbell ‘13

Don Kingfisher Campbell ‘13 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) appeared on the Quintessential Listening poetry podcast. His book, Kingfisher Kreates, was published by Cyberwit.

Jake Bailey ‘20

Jake Bailey’s ‘20 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) poems, “Thirteen Blackbirds” and “Ghost of my Ghost,” appeared in Tipton Poetry Journal. His poem, “Schizo Sees the Man in/on a Coffee Shop,” was nominated for Best of the Net.

Sarita Sidhu ‘18

Sarita Sidhu’s ‘18 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) piece, “How to Fall in Love,” was published in Emerge Literary Journal.

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