Being that Hampshire College does not offer a grad school, faculty sometimes turn to recent alumni to help them with their work. A new book of poetry coming out on Ugly Duckling press edited by a Hampshire Professor showcases some of her former students.
Nick Hurwitz-Goodman is an artist living in Florence, MA, working with sculpture and drawing. Hurwitz-Goodman’s interest in art began while drawing in High School and engaging with the community his hometown, Detroit, MI.
Jennifer Clarvoe’s second book of poems, “Counter-Amores,” appeared in 2011. Her first book, “Invisible Tender,” won the Poets Out Loud Prize and the Kate Tufts Discovery Award. J.D. McClatchy writes, “Clarvoe’s canny perspectives, glistening
Jesse Allen has been creating music his whole life. Allen’s passion towards music started manifesting itself more completely during his studies at SUNY Purchase in upstate New York where he studied composition and production. Allen formerly created music in the experimental