Site Updates

I am currently working on changing and updating this website to better suit my needs as a graduate student. There are a few changes you may wish to be aware of as I do so.

As of today, the blog/website for my project The TECH Project will no longer be online. I will transition information about the book and the project here to this site over time, but it won’t be immediately available.

Meanwhile, the blog for Rathalla Review will launch next week. The blog, written primarily by the managing editor and associate managing editor of the magazine, will feature our weekly featured podcast along with the monthly podcast produced by the Review. I will occasionally write updates; however, my role will primarily be that of a moderator.

Finally – and most exciting, at least for me – you can now reach my blog at FelizaCasano.com. Wow –  a fast and easy way to get to my website!

If you have any further questions or remarks, feel free to leave a comment below. I love to hear your thoughts.

Website Launch

Today, RathallaReview.org – the website for Rosemont College’s literary magazine – launched, hosting a number of interesting resources for writers and those interested in submitting their work.  According to our website,

Rathalla Review is a non-profit literary magazine that publishes fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry and art. Our mission is to develop a community of writers, artists and readers through our online and print publications, monthly podcasts of original craft talks with established writers and weekly featured podcasts collected from a variety of external sources.

As the Production Manager, my job is to maintain the website and keep it updated.  I designed the site, as well, and selected the graphic for the header.

Rathalla Review

I first learned web design (HTML and CSS) when I was in junior high, though I went several years without using it until I took Visual Communication at the University of Toledo last semester.  I was thankful that I’d brushed up on my HTML and CSS in that class when I learned designing the site would be part of my assistantship.

Rathalla Review will start accepting submissions soon – our form is already live – and you can find us both on Facebook and Twitter.  The Review accepts submissions of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art.