Monday, July 09, 2018

Endicott College graduate Emily Pineau becomes a new managing editor of the noted literary magazine Ibbetson Street

Emily Pineau

I am pleased to announce that Emily Pineau--the director of the Endicott College/Ibbetson Street Press Young Poet Series has joined Lawrence Kessenich as a new managing editor of Ibbetson StreetIbbetson Street, founded by Doug Holder, Dianne Robitaille, and Richard Wilhelm in 1998, is a respected literary magazine-- based in Somerville, MA. since 1998. Ibbetson Street is affiliated with Endicott College.

Emily Pineau holds an M.F.A. from Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill, MA, in Creative Writing, with a concentration in Writing for Young People. Pineau is an Editorial Assistant at a medical publisher, a Co-managing Editor of Ibbetson Street Press, and the Director of Ibbetson Street Press’s Young Poet Series at Endicott College. Pineau’s chapbook No Need to Speak (Ibbetson Street Press, 2013) was chosen for The Aurorean’s Chap Book Choice in 2013. She has been featured on New Mexico’s National Public Radio, and has won Salamander Magazine’s Poetry-On-the-Spot contest. Pineau’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Medical Literary Messenger, Freshwater, Muddy River Poetry Review (which nominated her poem “I Would For You” for a Pushcart Prize), and elsewhere. Pineau lives in the suburbs of Boston with her finacĂ©, Tabby, and Pomerania

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