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Victoria Chang
Poet and Writer. Books: OBIT (Copper Canyon, 2020) | BARBIE CHANG | THE BOSS | SALVINIA MOLESTA | CIRCLE | IS MOMMY? (picture book). Antioch .
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W. Todd Kaneko 5h
Got translations?
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Victoria Chang 11h
Replying to @DotWinslow
We have more faculty in other genres but not in poetry so we are able to invite more poets!!
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Victoria Chang 11h
December isn't quite around the corner, but here's a new poster for our December residency.
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Victoria Chang 14h
Replying to @anjalienjeti
Oh I have some good ones too.
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Victoria Chang Jun 23
🔥🔥💯
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Victoria Chang Jun 23
Congratulations to Azure cohort!
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Victoria Chang Jun 22
😔. We will figure it out.
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Erica Charis-Molling Jun 22
I have so much I’m grateful for from my time at and this poet is definitely among them. thank you so much for everything you do to make the residency the magical place it is. 🙏🏻💖
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Victoria Chang Jun 22
That was almost fun! 😂
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Victoria Chang Jun 22
Too bad we didn't get to work together more formally!
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Victoria Chang Jun 22
And that’s a wrap!! Congratulations to the Azure cohort. See you tomorrow at graduation.
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Victoria Chang Jun 21
Last night of readings! Faculty Jaswinder Bolina and . Graduating students Kate Carmody, , and Josephine Fogle-Rain.
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Victoria Chang Jun 21
Literary agent speaking to our students.
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Victoria Chang Jun 21
Victoria Patterson talking about writing historical fiction: “The smaller stories are sometimes the best stories.”
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Victoria Chang Jun 21
Some happy winners of our book raffle. @aulamfa Antioch MFA.
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Victoria Chang Jun 20
Thanks to Ingrid Rojas Contreras and Isha Sesay for visiting us today at . Congratulations to graduating students Esteban Cajigas and Kori Kessler.
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Victoria Chang Jun 20
“I don’t think the world should be allowed to look away just because it’s hard.” -Isha Sesay
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Victoria Chang Jun 20
Thanks to journalist Isha Sesay for visiting Antioch and telling us about your writing journey writing about the lost school girls of Boko Haram.
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Victoria Chang Jun 20
Jim Krusoe giving a seminar on slowing down the narrative.
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Victoria Chang Jun 20
Thank you for selecting such a great Fellow!
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