Recent publications and projects by Paris writing workshop graduates

Mohammed Aldhaba (PAA '14) has translated a number of English-language poems, letters, and essays into Arabic, including work by Kurt Vonnegut, Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, Vladimir Nabokov, Charles Bukowski, and Mary Oliver. Two short humor pieces by Alex Rosenfeld (PAA '13, PAA '14), An Open Letter to Semicolon Abusers and The General Manager of the Philadelphia 76ers Apologizes to Fans appeared in McSweeney's. Channing Sargent (PAA '14) regularly writes essays and articles for venues like LA Magazine and the LA Weekly. Julian Webster (PAA '14) published a short story, "Make Like an Atom and Split," in issue #100 of Voiceworks, an Australian literary journal. Finding Me, an essay by Krista White (PAA '14), appeared in For Harriet. Rani Banjarian (PAA '14) works as an editorial intern for the Paris Review.

Stacey Resnikoff (PAA '12-'15) performed at the Literary Death Match in Boston; her satire Jean-Paul Sartre’s Cousin Writes A Wellness Bestseller appeared in The Big Jewel, and her essay Toxicology appeared in Hippocampus Magazine. Powell Berger (PAA '11-'15) has published a number of essays in Full Grown People, including a memoir entitled The Detour. Angelique Stevens (PAA '13) has essays appearing in the Chattahoochee Review and Cleaver. Grey Skies, a novel by Rohan Dahiya (PAA '12) debuted this year in India, and What I Learned From Sharing a Studio Apartment by Alicia Mooty (PAA '12) appeared in The Bold Italic. The Path and the Purpose by Ann Fitzmaurice (PAA '13) appeared in The Other Journal. Kaori Fujimoto (PAA '11-'12) has essays appearing in Sliver of Stone and the South Loop Review.

Tommy Pico (PAA '11) has recently published poems in Guernica, BOMB, Flavorwire, Barrelhouse, and the Best American Poetry blog. Dead Man's Curve, a flash fiction piece by Ann de Bruin (PAA '11), appeared in 50 Word Stories. Charlotte Callander (PAA '11) reviewed The Boy's Own Manual to Being a Proper Jew for Archer, and On Returning to Vietnam by Sheila Pham (PAA '11) appeared on ABC Radio Australia. Writing by Patricia Engel (PAA '03) was anthologized in The Best American Mystery Stories 2014 and Never Can Say Goodbye: Writers on Their Unshakable Love for New York. Her new novel, The Veins of the Ocean, will be published by Grove Atlantic in 2016.