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MFA student Francisco Cantú's piece selected for inclusion in inaugural edition of Guernica Annual

MFA student Francisco Cantú's piece "Ventana" was selected for inclusion in the inaugural edition of Guernica Annual, a print anthology of the best writing to app

RCTE PhD student Casely Coan collaborated on a Study and Activity Guide for the Crossroads Collaborative

RCTE PhD student Casely Coan collaborated on a Study and Activity Guide for the Crossroads Collaborative to accompany a youth-produced video titled “Let’s Talk About Sex Ed”.  

RCTE PhD student Rachael Wendler’s article published

RCTE PhD student Rachael Wendler’s article entitled ‘“Socializing Democracy”: The Community Literacy Pedagogy of Jane Addams’ was published in the Community Literacy Journal, Volume 8, Issue 2, Spr

RCTE PhD student Kate Chaterdon book review published

RCTE PhD student Kate Chaterdon just had a book review published in the Ethos Review Journal.

RCTE student Josh Zimmerman’s essay published

RCTE student Josh Zimmerman’s essay "Psyche and Eros: Rhetorics of Secrecy and Disclosure in Game Developer - Fan Relations" was published in the book Computer Games and Technical Communication

MFA student Jon Riccio's poem appears in the eighth issue of Jet Fuel Review

MFA student Jon Riccio's poem "Clots" appears in the eighth issue of Jet Fu

MFA student Erin Zwiener has an essay up at The Butter

 MFA student Erin Zwiener has an essay up at The Butter, a new vertical of The Toast that's edited by Roxane Gay.

MFA Alum Padma Viswanathan's (2006) second novel and award

MFA Alum Padma Viswanathan's (2006) second novel, The Ever After of Ashwin Rao, was published in Canada in spring, 2014, and is a finalist for the Scotiabank Giller Prize,

MFA Alum (2013) Anne Doten's essay to be published in The New York Times Magazine's "Lives" column

MFA Alum (2013) Anne Doten's essay, "The Iguana in the Bathtub," will be published in The New York Times Magazine's "Lives" column on November 30, 2014.

MFA student Jon Riccio's interview published on The Volta Blog.

MFA student Jon Riccio has an interview with the poet Megan Volpert up on The Volta Blog

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