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    Founding faculty member Bill Carpenter to publish third novel
    “Silence,” the new book from College of the Atlantic professor emeritus and founding faculty member Bill Carpenter, examines the bitter legacy of 9/11 through the experiences of a young Iraq war veteran returning home to Maine. “Carpenter has a reputation for shining an unvarnished light of truth into some darker subjects, and ‘Silence’ is his most ambitious endeavor yet.”
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    COA filmmaker premieres new work
    I Like Tomorrow, a sci-fi comedy musical that combines live-action and animation, is the latest offering from College of the Atlantic TA Cox Chair in Studio Arts Nancy Andrews, in collaboration with Jennifer Reeder. The film premieres online at the Portland International Film Festival.
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    2021 COA Kippy Stroud Artist in Residence is announced
    Performer, choreographer, and writer Okwui Okpokwasili and her partner and collaborator Peter Born will spend a month on the College of the Atlantic campus creating art and interacting with the community as part of an innovative partnership with The Marion Boulton “Kippy” Stroud Foundation and The Fabric Workshop and Museum.

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