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Nina Boutsikaris' (MFA 2015) piece finalist in the 2014 Mid-American Review Fineline Competition

Nina Boutsikaris' (MFA 2015) piece "What Doo Wop Does" is a finalist in the 2014 Mid-American Review Fineline Competition. It will be published in their fall print issue.

Katherine Standefer's (MFA 2014) essay has just been accepted for publication in The Colorado Review

Katherine Standefer's (MFA 2014) essay "Shock to the Heart, Or: A Primer On the Practical Applications of Electricity" has just been accepted for publication in the Spring 2015 issue of The...

Jon Riccio's (MFA 2015) poems published

Jon Riccio's poem "The Patroness Offers You a Drink" appears in the third issue of Insert Lit Mag Here and his poem "Tangled Plaster" is featured in the...

Christopher Cokinos has a new op-ed in The Los Angeles Times

Christopher Cokinos, director of the Creative Writing program has a new op-ed in ...

MFA graduate student Kati Standefer's essay accepted for publication

MFA graduate student Kati Standefer's essay "Clearcut" has just been accepted for publication in the next issue of Fugue.

Alison Deming's forthcoming book discussed in Publishers Weekly.
Alison Deming's forthcoming book 'Zoologies: On Animals and the Human Spirit' has a great write-up in Publishers Weekly.
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MFA student Nick Greer was named a Tin House Scholar for their summer workshop.

MFA student Nick Greer was named a Tin House Scholar for their summer workshop.

MFA student Nick Greer published in Anamesa

MFA student Nick Greer published story "Bloodline" in Anamesa, both online and print.

MFA student Jake Syersak Publications

Jake Syersak (MFA 2015) had poems appear in Hot Metal Bridge, Phoebe, and Cutbank. One of the poems appearing in Cutbank was chosen by Juliana Spahr as winner of the Patricia Goedicke Poetry Prize...

MFA student Kati Standefer's piece in Edible Baja Arizona Magazine

Kati Standefer's article "A Perfect Canvas" is out in the current issue of Edible Baja Arizona (Sept/Oct).

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