RCTE researchers Ken McAllister, Lizzy Bentley, Kate Chaterdon, José Cortez, Maggie Melo, and COH Dean Mary Wild
RCTE professor John Warnock had a featured op-e
RCTE PhD student Daniel Bernal has been accepted to present "Meta-Genre for the Meta-Major: Sustaining FYC in a Specializing Academy: at the Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) confere
Alison Hawthorne Deming received a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship to work on "Lament for the Makers," an essay collection.
MFA student Miguel Angel Ramirez's "A rebel tongues still," "And with any luck, crazy," and "Limb" will appear in the upcoming issue of Denver Quarterly.
The University of Arizona Creative Writing Program is pleased to announce a new initiative made possible by the appointment of Alison Hawthorne Deming as Agnese Nelms Haury Chair in Environment and
MFA student Jan Bindas-Tenney's essay "Paper Mill is Something Not Heard" will appear in Issue 30, Spring 2015 of Arts & Letters.
RCTE Assistant Professor Cristina D.
RCTE PhD student Beth Leahy received an SBSRI Dissertation Grant which will fund archival research trips to New Mexico and Arizona this spring.
Nina Boutsikaris' piece "The Tuesday Evening Train" will appear in The Los Angeles Review Fall 2015 (issue 18.)
MFA student Nina Boutsikaris' piece "What I Know" will be in Puerto del Sol 51.2, which will come out in spring 2016.