Over at my personal blog (which has recently been re-named), Jill of All Genres, one of my most regular types of post is what I call the “bragging post,” where I take the opportunity to brag about the accomplishments of my talented friends. It’s one of my favorite things to do and luckily, there are no shortage of accomplishments to brag on.
Charlotte suggested that I post my most recent bragging on post, Bragalicious, here, since many of my shout outs are local New Orleanians (or Baton Rougeians). It’s been too long since I’ve written a post on NOLAFemmes, so I am happy to post Bragalicious here for you.
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First and foremost, as we speak, pretty much all of The Peauxdunque Writers Alliance is gearing up for The Oxford American Summit for Ambitious Writers. Four of our members are attending, including Maurice Ruffin, Terri Stoor, Tad Bartlett and J.Ed Marston. That means something like 40% or so of our membership was accepted.
Jamey Hatley is also attending the Summit. Additionally, she’s won a prestigious waitership to Bread Loaf later in the summer.
Also, Maurice Ruffin‘s short story “And Then I Was Clean” will be published in UNO’s Ellipsis Journal.
Another Peauxdunque member, Joselyn Takacs has been accepted into the MFA program at Johns Hopkins University and is on her way.
A little birdie told me that Barb Johnson will be receiving the Barbara Gittings Literature Award at the ALA Conference tomorrow.
Helen Krieger and Joseph Meissner are screening Flood Streets at the San Antonio Film Festival on Thursday.
Lindsay Rae Spurlock‘s song “As for Now” was featured on Adult Swim’s “Children’s Hospital.” You may still be able to download it for free if you like her Facebook page. Here’s an awesome photo of her, too:
Congrats to all my phenomenally talented friends!
Posted on June 21, 2011, in Film, Musicians, New Orleans Women, NOLA Noteworthy, Singers, Women, Writers and Poets, Writing and tagged Adult Swim, ALA Conference, Barb Johnson, Barbara Gittings Literature Award, Bobby Perry, Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference, Children’s Hospital, Ellipsis Journal, Flood Streets, Helen Krieger, J. Ed. Marston, Jamey Hatley, Johns Hopkins University, Joselyn Takacs, Joseph Meissner, Lindsay Rae Spurlock, LSU MFA, Maurice Ruffin, Oxford American, Oxford American Summit, Peauxdunque Writers’ Alliance, San Antonio Film Festival, Sarah Morton, Tad Bartlett, Terri Stoor, University of New Orleans. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.