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University of Iowa

October, 2009
Mat Rude invited me, fed me, drowned me in beer, then made sure the old Menards building was presentable.   a super talented group of students (grad and undergrad) took care of me.   this clay program is in good hands.
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Buffalo State College

February, 2009
in the dead of winter i had the best weck of my life. Buffalo is a town i could live in.  thanks to Professor Robert Wood for the hospitality, and Ronna Mink for coordinating my visit.   it was super to meet some fellow northerners.  a great undergrad clay program as well:  www.buffalostate.edu.
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Murray State University

October, 2009
John Utgaard is a good friend, but also one of my very favorite artists.   he hosted a workshop by
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Kansas State University

October, 2009
Dylan Beck, er, Professor Dylan Beck (he's so young!), invited me for a day of critiques and a lecture.  Dylan's super cool.   i think i owe him a beer.  i'm glad i got to visit the old stadium digs before the big move.   also met esteemed writer Glen Brown and ran into old Belmont colleague Armon Means.  yo.
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Georgia State University

February, 2011
thanks Laura Martin for taking me to that cool sports bar.  my ears are still ringing....  Mark Burleson and Christina West were gracious hosts--excellent conversations.  however, the next time a group of students offer to "show me the sights", i'll be weary.  (Clermont Lounge, i'll never be the same).
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Louisiana State University

January, 2011
Andy Shaw (rock star) and Mikey Walsh run a super program.  special thanks to Brooke Cassady and Jonathan Wagner for all the assistance.   i heard the best zydeco of my life, and may have forgotten to pay a parking ticket.
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University of Alaska-Fairbanks

March, 2011
thanks to Jim Brashear and his family for their hospitality.   what a cool gang.   i almost lost their dog.   i did not want to leave Alaska (but my liver did).   i got to party with the widest variety of creative people in the U.S.  i miss you all.
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