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Newtown Literary #5: Special Issue: Speculative Poetry & Prose

Newtown Literary Special Issue Speculative Poetry Prose Newtown Literary publishes the best poetry and prose from Queens NY In this issue we focus on science fiction fantasy and other speculative work

  • Title: Newtown Literary #5: Special Issue: Speculative Poetry & Prose
  • Author: Tim Fredrick Katherine Garrigan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Newtown Literary publishes the best poetry and prose from Queens, NY In this issue, we focus on science fiction, fantasy, and other speculative work.

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    About "Tim Fredrick Katherine Garrigan"

    1. Tim Fredrick Katherine Garrigan

      Tim Fredrick is a writer and teacher from Queens, NY His writing interests include literary fiction that explores relationships with family, making a family, and the longing we all have for connection He is the author of We Regret to Inform You, a collection of short stories exploring masculinity and relationships, due out in March 2015 His stories have appeared in Pif Magazine, Circa, Wilde Magazine, and Burningword.He is also the founding editor of Newtown Literary, a journal dedicated to supporting and promoting the work of Queens writers He founded the Newtown Literary Alliance, a non profit which publishes the journal, and is the President of the Board of Directors and the Treasurer.He has a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Missouri Columbia, a MA in English Education from New York University, and a Ph.D in English Education Applied Linguistics from New York University.His academic pursuits center on discourse analysis of natural occurring talk in classrooms His dissertation was titled Student Language Use as Agency in a High School English Classroom and he is the recipient of the Steinhardt Fellowship and the Leaska Award for Doctoral Students His academic writing has been published in the Teachers College Record and Changing English.Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Fredrick moved to New York City in 1997 and has been living and working there since He lives with his dog Logan in Rego Park, Queens.

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