“Basic Training.” Consequence Magazine. May 2014.
“Devil’s Pass,” 2012 Matt P. Haag Winner, The Goldmine, Fall 2012
“Keep Off the Grass: A Breasto Manifesto,” Cliterature, 2013
“Summer of the Wild Pigs,” Red Earth Review, Issue #1
Asked for full manuscript of YA novel (MFA thesis) by agent after sending proposal and 20.
Book accepted by agent, Claire Gerus Literary Agency of Tucson. The working title is Cruising America's Back Roads with the Pie Kings. It chronicles the result of a 40 year quest to discover the very best examples of the pie maker's art.
"Full Disclosure Movie Reviews" blog now live on Word Press. http://fulldisclosuremovies.wordpress.com
Essay forthcoming in Creative Composition: Inspiration and Techniques for Writing Instruction.
"Nine Lives" & "Valerie's Pen" (essays) The Scarab 2014 (Oklahoma City University Undergraduate Journal). "Outstanding Selection" nominees.
“Lost and Found” (essay), forthcoming in Animal, A Beast of a Literary Magazine.
Interview about the life and career of Cincinnati (Ohio) broadcasting icon Elsa Sule, forthcoming.
Hired as a Substitute Adjunct Professor at St. Petersburg Collegiate High School and in the process of being "certified" to teach Composition and Creative Writing as an Adjunct Professor at St. Petersburg College (beginning Fall 2014). (Completed REMFA Pedagogy Strand.)
Hired as English Adjunct Professor at Grayson College to teach Creative Writing and Composition. (Completed REMFA Pedagogy Strand.)
“Bonham,” Gravel, fiction, 2014
“As Marbles Go,” Fiction Fix, forthcoming.
“Loma Prieta Blues,” winner of the 2013 Vuong Short-Story Prize from the South Central Modern Language Association. Publication forthcoming in Florida English.
“My Favorite Words in Spanish,” Chagrin River Review, Issue 3, Fall 2013
“La Bomba Grande,” North American Review, Summer 2012
“Looking at Young Girls,” Citron Review, Winter 2012
“Fishbowl Wars,” The Siren, Issue #1
“Poof,” Post Poetry Magazine
“Houston Looming,” Red Earth Review, Issue #1
"Clean Shirts" (Poem). Red Truck Review: A Journal of American Southern Literature and Culture (inaugural issue), March 15, 2014.
“Finding the Pieces,” Honorable Mention, Short Story Award for New Writers, Glimmer Train
“God Dumps Doug,” (story) Top 25, Fiction Open, Glimmer Train, 2013; forthcoming in Reed Magazine
"Adirondacks." Mudfish 18. Forthcoming. May 2014.
Faculty Accomplishments Fall 2014
Faculty accomplishments for the year (as of September 8, 2014)
A Nearly Perfect Copy (Anchor, paperback, January 2014)
Contract for Other Islands, a novel, to Nan A. Talese/Doubleday for publication in 2016
“Sounds of Peace.” Medium.com. Oct. 2013. https://medium.com/@allisonamend/sounds-of-peace-9670f4c9bf2f
“A Clotheshorse Is Born." Spent: Exposing Our Complicated Relationship with Shopping. Ed. Kerry Cohen. Berkeley, CA: Seal Press/Perseus. 2014.
“Not So Safe,” solicited submission. Women’s Studies Quarterly Special Issue: Solidarity. Fall 2014. The Feminist Press, CUNY.
Paragraph Reading Series, New York (2014),
Sami Rohr Institute for Jewish Literature Festival of Jewish Books, Mandel JCC of Cleveland (2013)
Congregation Neve Shalom's Donald and Ruth Kahn Book & Author Event, Metuchen, NJ (2013)
The Long and Faraway Gone, a novel forthcoming in February 2015 (New York: William Morrow)
Book Excerpt: Chapter from novel The Long and Faraway Gone, Mary, the literary journal at Saint Mary's College of California, spring 2014
Editor, SPENT: Exposing Our Complicated Relationship to Shopping: An Anthology (Seal Press/Perseus), fall 2014
Truth of Memoir: How to Write about Yourself and Others with Honesty, Emotion, and Integrity (Writers Digest Books), winter 2014
Girl Trouble: A Memoir (Hawthorne Books), fall 2015
“Things,” Brain, Child
“I Developed a Drinking Problem Late in Life,” IHTM in xoJane.com
“My Grandmother’s Men,” Jewish Daughter Diaries, edited by Rachel Ament (Sourcebooks)
“I Love You More,” Stepping Up, edited by Samantha Waltz (Seal/Perseus), forthcoming
“Partial Reinforcement,” The Things I Would Have Said, edited by Ann Angel (Candlewick) forthcoming
Two-page review of three sex memoirs, American Book Review
Regular blogs in Psychology Today
Quraysh Ali Lansana
The Walmart Republic with Christopher Stewart (Mongrel Empire Press, September 2014)
reluctant minivan: daddy poems (Living Arts Society, May 2014)
“male bonding” and “a father’s incantation,” Voice Male Magazine, Summer 2014
Matched (one-act play), Silver Spring Stage One Act Festival, August 2014, Best Production, Best Director, Best Actress awards
Nevermore (one-act play), Santa Cruz Actors’ Theatre, 8 Tens @ 8, January 2014 (production)
Northern Arizona Playwriting Showcase in collaboration with Theatrikos, August 2014 (staged reading)
“Dirt, the Last War,” ReadingOutloud.org, 2014 http://www.readingoutloud.org
Awards & Nominations
“Undone: Bessie Wallis of Baltimore,” Pushcart Prize nomination, Southern Humanities Review, 2013
2:12 a.m. – Essays (Stephen F. Austin University Press), 2013, Gold Medal, Independent Press Publishers Award (Essays/Creative Nonfiction category), 2014
Finalist, Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Award, 2013 (Essays category)
For You, Madam Lenin Montaigne Medal (short list), 2014
General Fiction finalist, Eric Hoffer Award, 2014
In This Season of Rage and Melancholy Such Irrevocable Acts as These Finalist, Black Lawrence Press Big Moose Prize, 2014
Four poems from Miss Jane Repurposes, Honorable Mention, Betty Gabehart Prize, Kentucky Women Writers Conference, 2014
Palace Watch (one-act play), Finalist, 15th Annual EstroGenius Festival, NYC, 2014
Matched (one-act play), Finalist, One Act Competition, Arts Club of Washington, D.C., 2014
“Dogs” and “The Ghosts of Kingdom Come,” The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume VII: North Carolina, Texas Review Press, 2014
“In the Company of Drinkers,” S/tick (Canada), 2014
“Flight of the 40 Crows,” The Emerald Issue, Fairy Tale Review
“My Young Life, My (Lost) Bodies of Water,” Hotel Amerika (forthcoming)
“Beds: a Reverie,” (reprint), Zone 3
Section from In This Season of Rage and Melancholy Such Irrevocable Acts as These, Catamaran Literary Journal
“The Fun Stuff,” Superstition Review blog, http://superstitionreview.asu.edu/blog/2014/02/08/guest-post-kat-meads-the-fun-stuff/
“Hiding in Plain Sight,” The Prague Revue
Interviewed by nonfiction editor Amy Wright, Zone 3, http://www.apsu.edu/zone3/string-zinging-out-infinite-blue
Two California State University – Monterey Bay fiction workshops (beginning and advanced fiction)
Catamaran Literary Reader, Vol. 2 Issue 2 (launch), Bookshop Santa Cruz (reading)
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Oklahomeland. Essay Collection. Query accepted by Lamar University Press. Expected publication 2015.
Grants & Fellowships
Oklahoma Humanities Council Scholar Grant, 2014.
“And Roses, Too”; “State of the Union Address”; “What I See”; “For My Brother.” Stand Up Now! Poetry of Resistance. Edited by Fred Whitehead & P.J. Laska. Forthcoming Spring 2015 from John Brown Press.
"To Have It By Heart #1," "To Have It By Heart #2." Poetry Saved My Life Anthology. Z. Klukman, ed. Forthcoming Fall 2014 from Swimming with Elephants Publications.
"Thirst." Red River Review. Forthcoming November 2014.
“The Quah Effect.” Yellow Medicine Review. Forthcoming Fall 2014.
"Arroyo Piño." Cybersoleil. September 1, 2014. Online. <http://www.cybersoleiljournal.com/index.php?lay=show&ac=article&Id=539725446&Ntype=1>
“Recovery.” r.k.v.r.y. Quarterly Literary Journal. Summer 2014 (vi.3). Online. <http://rkvryquarterly.com/recovery/>.
"Elemental Ceramics: An Imaginary Textbook." Mojave River Review. Ekphrasis Special Section, Summer 2014. <http://issuu.com/mojaverivermedia/docs/mrrsummer2014vol1no2?e=10686552/8599182>.
“Portrait as Paramedical Roustabout.” San Pedro River Review Work Special Issue. Vol. 6.1 (Spring 2014): 57-8. Print.
“And roses, too.” World Literature Today November 2013 Online Exclusives. Web. <http://www.worldliteraturetoday.org/2013/november/and-roses-too-jeanetta-calhoun-mish#.UvBoQHmTQ-Y>.
“White Sands Meditations.” Essay for Craig Varjabedian photography project White Sands, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the National Parks. U New Mexico P. Forthcoming 2015. <http://www.craigvarjabedian.com#s=0&mi=11&pt=0&pi=19&p=-1&a=- 1&at=04>.
“Looking for (Ralph) Ellison.” Essay. Oklahoma Today. April/May (2014): 56-61.
“Western Civilization.” Essay. Oklahoma Today. Sept/Oct 2013. 40-41.
Critical & Pedagogical Publications
“Writing the Great Recession: A Tribute to the Global Working Class.” Editor & Contributor. World Literature Today. Special Issue: Nov/Dec 2013. 34-57. Print. Online Exclusives (also edited by Mish): <http://www.worldliteraturetoday.org/2013/november>.
“Working at Getting the Word Out in America: Small Presses, Journals, and Websites Publishing Working-class Writing.” World Literature Today Online Exclusives. Special Issue on “Writing the Great Recession: A Tribute to the Global Working Class.” Nov/Dec 2013: 34-57. <http://www.worldliteraturetoday.org/2013/november/working-getting-word-out-america-small-presses-journals-and-websites-publishing#.U4-gkC9Hv-k>.
“Review of Spells: New and Selected Poems by Annie Finch.” World Literature Today, January 2014: 69-70. Print. <http://www.worldliteraturetoday.org/2014/january/spells-new-and-selected-poems-annie-finch>.
"Review of Smoke, poems by Jeanne Bryner." Working Class Studies Association Newsletter. Fall 2013. Web. <http://www.wcstudies.org/newsletter/fall-2013/#book-reviews>. Republished as combined Bryner/Umbach review at This is Just to Say poetry blog (Benjamin Myers, blogger). <http://myerspoetry.blogspot.com/2013/10/guest-post-two-books-reviewed-by.html>.
Reviews/Criticism by others about the work of Jeanetta Calhoun Mish
Tabios, Eileen. “#20: A Poetry Engagement with Work is Love Made Visible by Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.” Galatea Resurrects. May 9, 2013. Web. <http://galatearesurrection20.blogspot.com/2013/05/work-is-love-made-visible-by-jeanetta.html>.
“Crowdsource Interview with Jeanetta Calhoun Mish," curated by Joshua Wann. r.kv.r.y. Quarterly Literary Journal, August 2014. <http://rkvryquarterly.com/crowdsource-interview-with-jeanetta-calhoun-mish/>
“Red Truck Review Interviews Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.” Red Truck Review. Forthcoming January 2015.
"It’s all RELATIVE: Embodied Tribalography, Cultural Continuity, and Kinetic Rhetoric.” Chair and Presenter. 2014 Cultural Rhetorics Conference. Michigan State University: October 30-Nov 1, 2014.
“Fact vs. Fiction: Pretty Boy Floyd.” Presentation to the Tulsa Historical Society with Michael Wallis. June 19, 2014.
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, OK. Reading and class visits. April 2014.
Rogers State University, Claremore, OK. Reading and class visits. April 2014.
“Black and White and Red All Over: Blackness, Whiteness, and Indian-ness in the Writings of Ralph Ellison.” For the panel “Beyond Invisible Man: Perspectives on Ellison’s Other Works.” MELUS 2014. Oklahoma City, OK: March 6-9, 2014.
“Other Oklahomas.” Panel Chair. MELUS 2014. Oklahoma City, OK: March 6-9, 2014.
“Opening Keynote Presentation.” 2013 Midwest Two-year College Association Conference. Normal, IL: Oct 4, 2013.
Mish's Oklahoma-based small press, Mongrel Empire Press, was featured in Poets & Writers' Small Press Points column in the September/October 2014 issue. As editor of Mongrel Empire Press, Mish has published five books so far in 2014.
Contributing editor to Oklahoma Today and Sugar Mule: A Literary Journal