Brandon Som was featured in Best New Poets 2007. He is the author of “If St. Augustine Were A Butcher Like My Grandfather,” winner of the 2009 Snowbound Prize, and his poems have appeared in Barrow Street, Black Warrior Review, Indiana Review, McSweeney’s and Octopus Magazine. He has taught creative writing at New York University, University of Southern California and the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts.
Kate Plows has led residence life and student services programs at the assistant
director level or higher at the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities, Maryland Institute College of Art, and for more than a decade at the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts. She currently teaches high school ceramics and graphic design at Malvern Preparatory School in suburban Philadelphia. She also is an art instructor at Immaculata University and teaching faculty at the Delaware Art Museum. Plows earned her B.F.A. in painting from St. Vincent College, and her master's in teaching from The University of the Arts. In what little spare time she has, she enjoys freelancing as a graphic designer, throwing pots and spending time with her animals — one dog, two cats and five horses.
Angela (Angie) Sweigart-Gallagher is assistant professor of theater at Lock Haven University and education director of Endstation Theatre Company. She has a doctorate in theater from the University of Wisconsin and has specialized in productions with young actors. Her recent directing credits include Euripides’ “Medea” and Marsha Norman’s “ ’night, Mother.”
When: June/July 2014
Application Deadline: TBA
Where: Sweet Briar College
Credit: 2 hours of college credit
Tracks: Creative Writing, Music, Theater, Technical Theater, Visual Arts
Cost (includes iPad): $2,995*
(*Scholarships and day student rates available)