Palimpsest: Yale Graduate Literary and Arts Magazine, is pleased to announce the release of its eighth volume, RISK. Join us at the Whitney Humanities Center, Room 208, on Friday, October the 13th from 6–8pm to celebrate and receive a free copy! Refreshments will be be provided. RSVP here.
In addition to interdisciplinary projections by issue contributors Marta Tiesenga and Ying Liu, there will also be flash readings by writers Chris Campanioni, Quinlan Corbett, Hadley Franklin, Mia Kang, and Niel Rosenthalis.
Chris Campanioni’s new book is Death of Art (C&R Press). He edits PANK, At Large, and Tupelo Quarterly and lives in Brooklyn, where he teaches literature and creative writing at Pace University and Baruch College.
Quinlan Corbett is currently attending viticulture school and working at Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyards in upstate New York. He is the 2017 Shaulis Scholar, conducting research with a plant pathologist at Cornell’s Agricultural Experiment Station. Quinlan’s work has been published in Quiddity Journal and The Human Touch. He holds an MFA in Acting and has appeared on film, Off-Broadway, and in regional theatre. He is from an island in the Northwest.
Hadley Franklin is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and earned an MFA in fiction at NYU’s Creative Writing Program. Her work has previously appeared in Narrative Magazine, Runaway Parade, and Hanging Loose. She teaches literature and writing at a special education school in New York and lives in Brooklyn with her husband and a tiny cat.
Mia Kang is an Oregon-born, Texas-raised, Brooklyn-based writer, recently named a runner-up for the Discovery/Boston Review Poetry Contest. In 2017, she is a Brooklyn Poets Fellow, and her work is forthcoming in Poetry Northwest, among others.
Nathaniel Rosenthalis has poems that appear or are forthcoming in Lana Turner, Denver Quarterly, Web Conjunctions, and elsewhere. He received his MFA from Washington University in St. Louis, where he was recently the Senior Fellow in Poetry. He lives in New York City.
Palimpsest is made possible through the support of McDougal Graduate Student Life; the Graduate and Professional Student Senate; the Office of International Students and Scholars; the Yale University Art Gallery; and the Yale Center for British Art.