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English instructor at WVU Parkersburg publishes eight works this summer|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Accomplished writer and assistant professor of English at West Virginia University at Parkersburg Sandra Kolankiewicz will has received several writing honors this summer.
Her poems, “Stimulus” and “The Lazy Cartographer’s Journey” were published in the online literary magazine “Shark Reef.” Printing later this year in the next issue of “Gargoyle” magazine, based in Arlington, Va., are her poems “Claudia, Room 219 East, Bed A” and “Tipping the Ferryman.” “Red Ochre,” a literary journal based in Chesapeake, Va. will publish Kolankiewicz’s “The Way You Will Go” and “The Acrobat” in its print edition.
The online literary magazine “The Analectic” published her poem “When Your Parents Are Dying” and will publish her poem “My Mental Illness” at a later date. Recently, “Quiet Mountain Essays,” a journal of feminist writing, interviewed Kolankiewicz about her writing. The interview can be read online at www.quietmountainessays.org. Kolankiewicz also serves as the coordinator of WVU Parkersburg's English and Associate of Arts degree degrees.
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