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2012-2013 Visiting Writers Series Features Author Christina Adams

March 21st, 2013

A Real Boy

The 2012-2013 Visiting Writers Series featured Christina Adams, author of A Real Boy: A True Story of Autism, Early Intervention, and Recovery (Penguin, 2005), on Thursday, March 7th, 2013, at California State University, Long Beach’s Soroptomist House. Adams began her talk by discussing her career progression and recent career that involves working on a new […]

Nancy Strow Sheley Published Her Essay “Curricular Commonalities in Conflicted Countries: U.S., Rwanda, and Cyprus”

March 11th, 2013

Nancy Strow Sheley recently published her essay “Curricular Commonalities in Conflicted Countries: U.S., Rwanda, and Cyprus” in Issues on Education and Research: Volume 3 (Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2013).
Based on Fulbright-supported studies in Cyprus (2008) and Rwanda (2004), Sheley’s essay examines the commonalities of cultural conflicts that are rooted in faulty educational processes which often include a dependence […]

Silver Birch Press Will Release “Gerald Locklin: New and Selected Poems” on March 21, 2013

March 4th, 2013

Gerald Locklin New and Selected Poems

Silver Birch Press will release Gerald Locklin: New and Selected Poems, edited and with a foreword by Paul Kareem Tayyar, on March 21, 2013. The collection includes over 100 of Locklin’s poems spanning five decades: from 1967 to 2007. As Tayyar states in his foreword, “Read them and be reminded of the blessings of a life well lived, courtesy […]

Rafael Zepeda Publishes His Book “Desperados”

February 20th, 2013


Rafael Zepeda recently published his book Desperados (World Parade Books, 2013).
Beef Torrey, Co-Editor of Jim Harrison: A Comprehensive Bibliography and Conversations With Hunter S. Thompson, had the following to say about Zepeda’s Desperados:
[It’s] an enchanting and captivating cachet, cut from Zepeda’s own Iberian legacy. It presents the reader with a zany romp through the hinterlands […]

Spring 2013 Lunchtime Faculty Lecture Series: Schedule

February 19th, 2013

Wednesday, February 20 // Location MHB 315
David Fine, professor emeritus of English, will discuss his recently published novel, Missing Persons (The Troy Book Makers, 2012). Click here for more information.
Thursday, March 21 // Location AS 384
Sarah Arroyo will discuss material from her forthcoming book, Participatory Composition: Video Culture, Writing, and Electracy (SIU Press, 2013).
Thursday, April 25 // Location AS 384
Susan Carlile will discuss her work-in-progress, […]

Spout Hill Press Releases Three Novellas by Gerald Locklin

January 18th, 2013


Spout Hill Press recently released Gerald Locklin’s Bear Trilogy: a reprint of The Case of the Missing Blue Volkswagen and the follow-up novellas Come Back, Bear and Last Tango in Long Beach.
As noted on the publisher’s website, Spout Hill Press is “dedicated to the beauty and elegance that can be found only in the novella. We publish works of this length because […]

Director Irek Dobrowolski Screens and Discusses His Award-Winning Documentary Film “The Portraitist”

January 7th, 2013

The Portaitist

Director Irek Dobrowolski screened and discussed his award-winning Holocaust documentary film The Portraitist on Thursday, November 29, 2012, at CSULB’s University Student Union Auditorium. The Portraitist recounts the photography and story of Wilhelm Brasse who was sent to Auschwitz as a political prisoner in 1940. For five years, the Nazis forced Brasse, later nicknamed “the photographer of Auschwitz,” to […]

Boak Ferris Named Inside CSULB Author of the Month for December 2012

January 4th, 2013

Stewart and the Magic Carpet (Boak 2012)

Boak Ferris was named Inside CSULB Author of the Month for December 2012. His e-book for children Stewart and the Magic Carpet (Ion Publishing LLC 2012) follows Stewart the Penguin, an Antarctica native and intrepid explorer, who dreams of the day penguins will fly.
Ferris arrived at CSULB in 1977 after starting teaching at California State University, Northridge in 1975.

Tyler Dilts Named Inside CSULB Author of the Month for November 2012

January 4th, 2013

The Pain Scale (Tyler Dilts)

Tyler Dilts was named Inside CSULB Author of the Month for November 2012. His book The Pain Scale (Thomas & Mercer, 2012) is the second in the Danny Beckett series; A Kink of Infinite Space (AmazonEncore, 2010) is the first. Dilts received his M.F.A. from California State University, Long Beach, where he now teaches. His writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The Chronicle of Higher […]

2012-2013 Visiting Writers Series Features Authors Paula Priamos and James Brown

January 4th, 2013


The 2012-2013 Visiting Writers Series featured authors Paula Priamos and James Brown on November 1st, 2012, at California State University, Long Beach’s Soroptomist House. Priamos read the first chapter of her recently published memoir The Shyster’s Daughter (Etruscan Press, 2012), and Brown read excerpts from his acclaimed memoir This River(Counterpoint, 2011). Following their readings, audience members asked Priamos […]