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The Radical Hospitality Project The Radical Hospitality Project is the product of a partnership between the Midwest Writing Center and The Galvin Fine Arts Center at St Ambrose University. Our project includes an upcoming print publication, a spoken word contest and this podcast all centered around the St. Ambrose College of Arts & Sciences 23-24 annual theme “Radical Hospitality.” We hope that our project helps to expand empathy and advocates for a less cruel world.
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Episode 015: Elena Vallejo Oracion de viaje (A Travel Prayer) Elena Vallejo was born and raised in the Quad Cities and is currently studying Early Childhood Education, Theatre, and Writing at St. Ambrose University. In addition to poetry, Elena writes for the SAU school newspaper, writes for LOVE Girls Magzine, is an editor for SAU’s Quercus, and h…
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Episode 014: Haven O’Brian Untitled Haven O'Brian is an 11-year-old student at Hopewell Elementary. Haven loves reading and writing and is a passionate musician who enjoys playing the violin, piano, and alto saxophone. When not engaging in musical practice, she dedicates her time to volunteering for various causes she deeply cares about…
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Episode 011: Olha Huska My Mom Drives Strangers to Work Olha Huska is a Junior Music Education Major at St. Ambrose University. Born In Ternopil, Ukraine, Ohla and their family immigrated to the States in November of 2004, and they have lived here ever since. Over the years, Ohla and their family have helped many people immigrate and settle, especi…
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Episode 009: Philip Goldfarb Styrt Quicquam Philip Goldfarb Styrt lives in Davenport with his wife, two children, and toothless dog. His poetry combines traditional forms of rhyme and meter with modern concepts and concerns, and has appeared in such venues as Quercus, The Eastern Iowa Review, and carte blanche. In the time he is not writing poetry,…
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Episode 008: Faith Foley the verdancy of animosity Faith Foley is a current student at St. Ambrose University. Her major is Early Childhood Education; She plans to graduate in 2027. Faith is a published author; she continues to write, along with taking part in other interests such as singing, painting, and hanging out with her pet chickens.…
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Episode 007: Jacob Duncan You Can’t Stop the Rain, But You Can Buy a Coat Jacob Duncan is a 24-year-old writer from Aledo, Illinois. He recently graduated from Monmouth College in 2022. Currently, he's working at a family-owned business in Burlington, Iowa while writing a novel in his free time. His largest literary inspirations come from magic-rea…
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Episode 005: Melissa Conway Like a Good Neighbor Melissa Conway is a lover of landlocked states, gas station slushies, and the drive back home. Melissa's work has been published in “Roads We’ve Taken” from Pearl City Press, “Sundog” from Fruit Salad Co, and more. You can find Melissa playing for the Quad City Rollers or out hiking with their dogs.…
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Episode 004: Ann Boaden Radical Hospitality During Coffee Hour Ann Boaden is professor emerita of English at Augustana College. Her work appears in Another Chicago Magazine, Big Muddy, Blue Unicorn, From SAC, Ginosko, litbreak, The Other Journal, South Dakota Review, Tipton Poetry Journal, Windhover, and many others. Books include Light and Leaven …
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Episode 003: Sophia Best The Tree Still Bears Peaches in the Summer Sophia is a current writing student at WIU. In 2023, she won the Iowa Chapbook Prize and published “Pink Bathwater.” She participated in the Midwest Writing Center’s Young Emerging Writers program for three summers and is featured in the 13th, 14th, and 15th editions of the Atlas.…
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Episode 002: Cirissa Bentley Under the Influence (The man on TV) Cirissa Bentley lives in the Quad City area with her husband, son, and two cats. She loves music, words, and Batman comics. Her work has been published in Phizzogs and Squash Blossom, college literary magazines with weird names. She hopes to make the world a better place with her writ…
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The Radical Hospitality Project The Radical Hospitality Project is the product of a partnership between the Midwest Writing Center and The Galvin Fine Arts Center at St Ambrose University. Our project includes an upcoming print publication, a spoken word contest and this podcast all centered around the St. Ambrose College of Arts & Sciences 23-24 a…
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