Join us in celebration of the launch of our landmark anthology Lost Orchard:
Sunday, March 23, 2014
Arlington Center for the Arts
41 Foster Street, Arlington Mass.02474
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Dweck Center @the Brooklyn Public Library
10 Grand Army Plaza
Brooklyn, N.Y .11238
To order a copy of Lost Orchard, visit SUNY Press.
- Includes fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction essays
- 50 contributors, including Kirkland alumnae and faculty, and a collaboration between Sam and Natalie Babbitt about Natalie’s writing ofTuck Everlasting during their Kirkland years
- Includes four commissioned one-act plays, which were performed at the 2007 All-Kirkland Reunion
- Contains submissions that span the college’s lifetime, from nearly every Kirkland class beginning with 1972 through 1980
- Selections by nearly all professors who taught creative writing at Kirkland
- Represents one of a very few multi-genre anthologies from a single institution
- Highlights and represents Kirkland’s creative writing program, one of the first in the country to confer an undergraduate degree
- Gives voice to alumnae of the last private women’s college established in the U.S.
- Has cover art by Kirkland alumna Linda Branch Dunn, K’77
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