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Featured Happenings

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Summer  2024

Thank you to Diane Gottlieb and Harbor Review Magazine for this insightful and sharp book review of my new poetry chapbook, Power Point

Excerpt below: 

"An MIT MBA graduate and a beautiful poet, Muschenetz... utilizes technology to create poems as only an MIT graduate might... [confronting] questions that seek to diminish women and marginalized communities... in her short yet remarkable collection."

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Summer 2024

What an honor to be notified by the California State Chapter of the National Federation of Press Women that All the Bad Girls Wear Russian Accents has taken first place in the creative verse category of the prestigious press communication awards. It also took third place at the National level this June.  

Incidentally, my "100% Mom" poem first published in Whale Road Review, was awarded second place. Although that's not enough to advance further, I am  incredibly proud and grateful for this amazing recognition. 


S 2024

I love Meat For Tea, The Valley Review so much! Not only were they one of the first journals to publish me, they are chock-full of incredible and cooky writing and art. Did I mention they constantly win a bunch of awards too? I hope you enjoy this deep dive into poetry with me and impresario Elizabeth MacDuffie. 

Big thanks to Elizabeth and Mark Alan Miller for inviting me on the show to discuss my Pushcart Nominated Meat For Tea poem, Failure to Thrive

Past Events

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Fall 2023 

Sat down with KPBS Arts Producer, Julia Dixon Evans, and fellow San Diego writers, Madhushree Ghosh, and Huda Al-Marashi, to talk food, story, and the immigrant experience.


Our segment starts about 16 minutes into the broadcast and highlights our October SD Writers Festival event at the Mingei Museum Community Monday

Read Julia's article about the event here. 


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