Cheryl J. Fish, PH.D. is a professor of Writing and Literature, a poet, fiction writer and essayist. She can be contacted about giving a lecture, reading, or presentation at Tribecagal312@gmail.com.
Lectures, Readings and Honors
My story, "Never Buy Dope in Washington Square" from the dot-matrix printed experimental journal of the 1980s Between C&D, featured in window exhibit at 80 WSE Gallery, NYU, Dec 4, 2014-Feb. 14, 2015.
Short story "Hovering" chosen for Liars' League NYC reading at KGB Bar. Theme: Cash and Credit
Finalist in L Magazine's search for pocket fiction for excerpt from novel manuscript OFF THE YOGA MAT
Essay, "The Lost One": An Exhibit and film by Sami filmmaker Liselotte Wadstedt, forthcoming from Bildmuseet, Umea, Sweden, exhibit on Sami artists.
Rose Gladney Lecture for Justice and Social Change at University of Alabama, on June Jordan and Buckminster Fuller's Harlem Redesign Project
Lectured on environmental justice activism among young adults for Children's Studies Faculty Interest Group, Borough of Manhattan Community College, and presented a related paper at the Green Feminism Conference at SUNY New Paltz
Residencies: Wellspring House, Ragdale, Renaissance House
Finalist, Fiction, Artsmith residency, Orcas Island Washington
Writer-in-Residence, Springcreek Project, Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument
Winner, Florence Howe Award for Best Feminist Essay from the Women's Caucus of the Modern LanguageAssociation
Lecture and poetry reading, Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center, Asheville, NC