Kevin Staniec '01 recognized for his work in 1888

Kevin Staniec ’01 was featured in Coast Magazine in November. Kevin invited the author of the article to 1888 Center (the literary arts and cultural heritage nonprofit he founded in 2015) to be interviewed for a podcast. In the article, the author reflects on her career as a writer and praises 1888 Center for the “elegant, eclectic, beautifully designed novellas” it publishes. Read more »

Kevin and 1888 Center were also mentioned in a recent OC Weekly article in which the author reviews a novella, Dreams of An American Exile, published Black Hill Press (aka 1888 Center). Read more »

Kevin Staniec ’01 was named to The Orange County Register’s list of the 100 Most Influential People in Orange County. The prestigious list highlights the county’s game changers, innovators and newsmakers in education, business, health, government, faith, sports, philanthropy, civic life and the arts during 2015. President Jim Doti was also selected for this year’s list. Read more »

Kevin was recognized for his work with the Summer Writing project (which garnered input from more than 300,000 readers and writers) and the launch of 1888 Center. Read more »

Kevin was featured in the Foothills Sentry in January. Read more »