Win a Seat in Our Fiction Class: Deadline 6/27

Update: Congratulations to our winner, Brigitte Winter! Check out the entries on Facebook. The history of patronage in the arts is long and storied. Lorenzo de Medici commissioned Michelangelo. Ezra Pound helped T.S. Eliot get published. Gertrude Stein held weekly salons for artists and writers in Paris. And now, Sounding Sea and the writers of […]


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Hate Crimes at Black Churches: A Poem in Response

We are devastated by the shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina last night. Dudley Randall wrote this poem about the Klan’s bombing of a church in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963, that killed four black girls. Sadly, it still applies today.   We will let the poem speak for us. Here […]


Sounding Sea Writers’ Workshop Launch

  Continuing Education Startup Launches with Class Taught by D. Watkins   Sounding Sea Writers’ Workshop, a startup that offers writing classes and tutoring, is launching with classes offered from three local writers. D. Watkins will teach a six-week nonfiction writing class in Hamden starting June 30th. Local writers Tracy Dimond, Kate Angelella, and Michael B. […]