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Brenna Fitzgerald's (MFA 2014) essay won honorable mention in the 2014 Gulf Coast Prize in Nonfiction

Brenna Fitzgerald's (MFA 2014) essay "Tangle of Lines" won honorable mention in the 2014 Gulf Coast Prize in Nonfiction, judged by John D'Agata

Spring 2014 Intermediate Fiction Classes' Work Featured

Joel Smith's (MFA ‘2011) Intermediate Fiction classes made handbound anthologies featuring their work. Thanks to a grant from Student Affairs and the stylings of Tucson’s own Spork ...

Noam Dorr's (MFA 2012) essay won the 2014 Gulf Coast Prize in Nonfiction

Noam Dorr's (MFA 2012) essay "Love Drones" won the 2014 Gulf Coast Prize in Nonfiction, judged by John D'Agata

David Mondy (MFA 2013) has been selected as the 2015 Writer-In-Residence for Randolph College

David Mondy (MFA 2013) has been selected as the 2015 Writer-In-Residence for Randolph College in Lynchburg, VA.

David Mondy had two pieces selected as finalists for the Iowa Review's Creative Nonfiction contest

David Mondy had two pieces selected as finalists for the Iowa Review's Creative Nonfiction contest, which will now be passed along to the judge, David Shields. Further results will come in June!...

Erin Zwiener (MFA) won a travel grant from Institute of the Environment

Erin Zwiener (MFA) won a travel grant from Institute of the Environment

Megan Kimble (MFA 2013) accepted an offer to publish her book

Megan Kimble (MFA 2013) accepted an offer from William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins, to publish her book, Unprocessed. It might be published as soon as Summer 2015.

Lisa Levine's (MFA 2012) interview with CE Poverman was recently published in Cutbank.

Lisa Levine's (MFA 2012) interview with CE Poverman was recently published in Cutbank.

Poetry and Letterpress Lab Course

These were photos taken over at the Letter Press Lab here on campus during our Poetry & Letterpress course, co-taught by...

CB McKenzie's (MFA Alum) novel Bad Country wins Tony Hillerman Prize

CB McKenzie's (MFA Alum) novel BAD COUNTRY won the Tony Hillerman Prize and is being published by St. Martins/Minotaur/Thomas Dunne in the next fall

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