S318. Forum for Undergraduate Student Editors

F149, Oregon Convention Center, Level 1
Saturday, March 30, 2019
7:15 pm to 8:30 pm


Calling all undergraduate faculty and students engaged in editing and publishing literary journals, literary websites, chapbooks, and small presses. Come join FUSE for its annual caucus. At this session, we will discuss FUSE and explain and revise its goals, report out FUSE chapter updates, provide networking opportunities, establish our 2019 conference theme selection, elect new student leadership, and review ways to keep in touch through our year-round online presence.



Catherine Zobal Dent is the author of Unfinished Stories of Girls. She won a 2015 French Voices Award for her translation of Cyrille Fleischman. She teaches undergraduate writers and editors at Susquehanna University and serves on the faculty board of FUSE (Forum of Undergraduate Student Editors).

Dr. Amy Lee Persichetti is the Chair of and an Associate Professor in the English department at Cabrini University where she oversees the newly developed Writing track, Writing minor, and Pre-Professional Writing Certificate.

Reed Wilson's poems have appeared in the Antioch Review, the Chattahoochee Review, the Cortland Review, and the Summerset Review. He lives in Los Angeles, and teaches in the English Department and Writing Programs at UCLA.

Rachel Hall is the author of Heirlooms, a collection of linked stories, which was selected by Marge Piercy for the BkMk Press 2015 G.S. Sharat Chandra book prize. She is Professor of English at SUNY Geneseo, where she holds two Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence.

Michael Cocchiarale is Associate Professor of English and creative writing at Widener University, where he teaches courses in American literature, fiction writing, and composition. He is the author of Still Time, a collection of short and shorter stories.


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Henry B. González Convention Center