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Angela Brommel ‘09

Angela Brommel’s ‘09 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) essay and poem, “The Intimacy of Brevity: Praise for the Short Poem” and “O, White Columbine,” appeared in the Nevada Humanities Double Down blog. 

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Leslie Lehr ‘05

Leslie Lehr’s ‘05 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) upcoming book, A Boob’s Life: How America’s Obsession Shaped Me…And You, was reviewed by Publishers Weekly.

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Shonda Buchanan ‘10

Shonda Buchanan ‘10 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) led a generative workshop as part of the California Poets in the Schools Symposium.

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Anne Liu Kellor ‘06

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!  

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Marva Hinton ‘10

Marva Hinton ‘10 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) interviewed author Deesha Philyaw ‘10 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) and author Brian Broome for the Read More podcast. 

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Jessica O’Dwyer ‘18

Jessica O’Dwyer’s ‘18 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) novel Mother Mother was a 2021 San Diego Book Awards winner for Published General Fiction, a National Indie Excellence Awards finalist, and was reviewed in Literary Mama and by Kirkus.   

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Lowell Blank ‘18

Lowell Blank ‘18 (Antioch University Santa Barbara, MFA in Writing) recently formed a production company with writer/director Lane Michael Stanley, called Secretly Famous Productions. They will begin production on their 2nd Independent Feature in October. Their first feature, Addict Named Hal, was an official selection at the 2021 Santa Barbara International Film Festival and won Best Narrative Feature at the 2021 Big Bear Film Summit.

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Dara Padwo-Audick ‘21

Dara Padwo-Audick’s ‘21 (Antioch University Santa Barbara, MFA in Writing) short screenplay, The Cardigan, won Best Short Screenplay at the Reale International Film Festival in February in Milan and was just selected to be featured at the UFVA Conference.

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Alan Verdi ‘03

Alan Verdi ‘03 (Antioch University New England, MS) was recently appointed Vice President of Sales for AlertOps, a leader in the Incident Management Software market space. Read more here.

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William Stegemann ‘17

William Stegemann ‘17 (Antioch University Los Angeles, BA Liberal Studies) was welcomed as Colombia County Habitat for Humanity’s New ReStore Manager. He is responsible for overseeing all ReStore operations, ranging from donations and sales to employee management. Read more here.

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Khavin Debbs ‘18

Khavin Debbs ‘18 (Antioch University Seattle, MA in Education with Urban Environmental Education) was promoted to Deputy Executive Director of Preschool and Community Programs Tiny Trees Preschool. In this role, Debbs will lead strategy and implementation for preschool and community programming. He will oversee the Community Programs Coordinator, (two) Preschool Co-Directors, and the Equity Coordinator to ensure Tiny Trees programming supports its purpose and vision and complies with local and state regulations.  Debbs was a founding member of the Tiny Trees team as Supervisor and Curriculum Coach, Operations Manager, and Community Programs Manager. Over the years, he has played a

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Lauren Kinney ‘17

Lauren Kinney ‘17 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) taught a flash fiction workshop for 7th–12th graders this summer for the Austin Library Foundation’s Badgerdog program.

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