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Professor Kenneth Calhoun Highlighted in Boston Globe

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Lasell Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, Kenneth Calhoun, and his short story, "Nightblooming," received recognition in The Boston Globe on April 3, 2011 as one of 20 stories to receive the 2011 PEN/O. Henry Prize. His story will be published in the upcoming "The Stories PEN/O. Henry Prize - 2011." "Nightblooming" first appeared in the Paris Review. Calhoun's work has also appeared in Quick Fiction, Fence Magazine, and New Stories from the South: The Year's Best, 2010.
"Nightblooming" can be viewed here: http://www.theparisreview.org/fiction/5930/nightblooming-kenneth-calhoun.

 

 

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