Posts Tagged ‘CUNY Graduate School of Journalism’

Hannah Miet’s Occasional Howdy

Monday, January 10th, 2011

A former WORD writer who is enrolled in the Graduate School of  Journalism at CUNY. She was an award-winning student journalist at Hunter and is an award winning blogger. From time to time, she sends updates.

1. Next poetry reading: Bowery Poetry Club, Sunday January 16th, at 4 p.m. (Mark Calendars! Come! Bring friends!)

2. I had poems published in PANK Magazine and the Naugatuck River Review.

3. I posed as Ernest Hemingway for the 2011 Rumpus Literary Women Calendar, which you can order here.

4. An interview with me, plus some audio recordings of poems, will be up at Linebreak Magazine this coming Tuesday.

5. My non-fiction story, “Throw the Dirt, Brother” was published on Twitch. You can buy it for a buck on Amazon. (And it doesn’t matter if you don’t have an iPad, Kindle, or smartphone – there is a Kindle app for Macs and PCs that is free to download.)

Hannah Miet
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Covering Elections in 2010: A Training Workshop for Ethnic and Community Media Journalists

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

At the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, today, beginning at 10 a.m. Co-sponsored by New York Community Media Alliance:

With the economy and politics in turmoil, what are the election trends? Who do we watch, why and how do we get the story? Please join a panel of experts who can help shed light on how state and city governments work; who holds the purse strings; how to measure what’s happening on the ground; what all this could mean to your community.