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MFA Program Announces Foundation & Intro Award Winners

The MFA program announced the recipients of the 2016 Foundation Awards in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry and...

Creative Writing faculty Christopher Cokinos and MFA Alum Eric Magraine awarded 2016 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards Winners.

Creative Writing faculty Christopher Cokinos and MFA Alum Eric Magraine have won the 2016 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards Winners for the Anthology category.

 

MFA student Kathryn Gougelet selected as a 2017 Carson Scholar

MFA student Kathryn Gougelet has been selected as a 2017 Carson Scholar and will be receiving a financial award of $5,000 to support her graduate research. The Carson Scholars program is supported...

Jos Charles (MFA 2016) Receives Prestigious Fellowship

Jos Charles (MFA 2016) has just been announced as a recipient of the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry...

MFA student Danielle Geller Receives a 2016 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award

MFA student Danielle Geller will receive a 2016 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award, which is given annually to six women writers who demonstrate...

MFA Student Danielle Geller Receives Rona Jaffe Award

We're pleased to announce that DANIELLE GELLER, a student in the MFA program in Creative Writing, will receive a 2016 Rona...

MFA Professor Julie Iromuanya is a PEN/Faulkner Award Finalist.

MFA Professor Julie Iromuanya is a PEN/Faulkner Award Finalist for her book MR. AND MRS....

MFA student Clair Meuschke won the Western Humanities Review Poetry Contest

Congratulations to MFA student Clair Meuschke! She won the Western Humanities Review - Mountain West Writers' Contest in poetry.

 

MFA Professor Julie Iroumuanya shortlisted for the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize

 MFA Professor Julie Iroumuanya has been shortlisted for the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction for her novel Mr. and Mrs. Doctor.

MFA student Thomas Dai's essay to be published in Guernica

MFA student Thomas Dai has an essay, "Take My Name and Say it Slow," that comes out in the new issue of Guernica.

 

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