Our monthly news from MCC Fellows/Finalists, like a cool, invigorating breeze to part the humid August haze…
John Cameron is exhibiting work through the New Hampshire Furniture Masters, first at Castle in the Clouds (8/12), then at the New Hampshire Historical Society (8/22-9/19, reception 8/23, 5:30-8 PM), plus more in Sept.
Perry Glasser has reached an agreement with publisher Outpost19 to publish his collection of memoirs, entitled antimemoirs. His novel, Riverton Noir, is scheduled to appear from Gival Press in October 2012.
D.K. McCutchen won Honorable Mention for a Speculative Literature Foundation Older Writer’s Grant for her manuscript Jellyfish Dreaming. Also, she’ll read from her nonfiction book Whale Road at the Authors Booth of the Heath Fair, Heath MA (8/19, 10:30 AM).
Liz Nofziger collaborated with Linda Price Sneddon to create Shape of Community, a collaborative installation in commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Bread and Roses Strike of 1912, at Essex Art Center (thru 8/16).
Monica Raymond is in the poetry anthology Before There is Nowhere to Stand, and she’ll read from it at Bluestockings Bookstore in NYC (8/13, 7 PM). Her play Virtual had a staged reading at Theater One in Middleboro, and in June, she participated in the Theater and Civil Society seminar at Brown University.
Peter Snoad‘s short play, Perfect Strangers, has been published by Heuer Publishing. The play, performed at the 2010 Boston Theater Marathon, won the 2012 international short play contest at the Stratford Fringe, in Stratford-Upon-Avon in the U.K.
Image: CRANE CHAIRS by John Cameron.