AcademicsAug 18, 2020

— updated Aug 26, 2020

Ms. P-T Published (Again!)

Ms. P-T’s work has previously appeared in publications such as Tupelo Quarterly, Hunger Mountain, The Collagist, and more.

(Berkshire Magazine (Art by Niha Burugapelli))

Congratulations to English Teacher Emily Pulfer-Terino ’97, whose poem, "Life Drawing," was recently published in Juked, an independent journal that appears online as well as in annual print issues

Earlier this month, Ms. P-T's poem “Little Earthquakes,” was published in The Ekphrastic Review, an online journal devoted entirely to writing inspired by visual art.

Ms. P-T’s work has previously appeared in publications such as Tupelo Quarterly, Hunger Mountain, The Collagist, The Southeast Review, Poetry Northwest, Stone Canoe, The Louisville Review, Juked, and other journals and anthologies. Her poetry chapbook, Stays The Heart, is published by Finishing Line Press.

These most recent publications come during a busy stretch for Ms. P-T, who this spring oversaw the release of Issue 4 of Girls Right the World, an international, online literary and art journal that features work by young, female-identified writers and artists from around the globe. This year’s journal, edited by Muhiim Ali ’21, Hazel Grallert ’21, Jiho Shin ’21, and Paige Wright ’21, received more than 300 submissions from 29 states and 15 countries, and received press in the recent issue of Berkshire Magazine!

Ms. P-T is also busily preparing for the launch this fall of her new course, Hallmark Creative Writing, an upper-level English course that will emphasize inspiration, exploration, commitment, collaboration, and proficiency, while offering students the opportunity to develop a strong creative writing process.

Keep up the inspiring work, Ms. Pulfer-Terino!