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Fairy Tale Architecture

In the spirit of the winter holidays, we are pleased to present, over the course of the week, three fairy tales reimagined by architects at New York firms. Collected by writer...

Christopher Cokinos Lyric Prose Collection

Christopher Cokinos's lyric prose collection, Bodies, of the Holocene, has been accepted by Truman and his poetry chapbook, Held as Earth, has been taken by Finishing Line Press...

Poem by Meg Wade (MFA) to Appear in CutBank, Issue 78

Meg Wade's poem "The Defense" will be published in the forthcoming issue of CutBank (Issue 78.)

Meg is an MFA student, graduating in 2013.

Story by Mike Coakley (MFA) Forthcoming in The Minnesota Review

Mike Coakley's (MFA) short story "Beekeeping" is forthcoming in the Fall 2013 issue of The Minnesota Review

Chris Cokinos' Essay Nominated for a Pushcart Prize

Chris Cokinos' “Probability Clouds.” , published in High Desert Journal 15 (Spring 2012): 2-3 was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, Fall 2012

Parke Cooper (MFA) won first place for the Fiction category at the Tucson Festival of Books Literary Awards

Parke Cooper (MFA) won first place for the Fiction category at the Tucson Festival of Books Literary Awards

Adam Kullberg's (MFA) essay "Nesting Uncanny" is in the newest (Fall) issue of Hot Metal Bridge

Adam Kullberg's (MFA) essay "Nesting Uncanny" is in the newest (Fall) issue of Hot Metal Bridge

Cathy delaCruz (MFA) Awarded Artist Residency

Cathy delaCruz was awarded an Artist Residency at Prairie Center of the Arts in Peoria, Illinois for the summer.

MFA student, Cathy de la Cruz is being honored as a filmmaking educator to youth

Creative Writing MFA student, Cathy de la Cruz is being honored as a filmmaking educator to youth by being flown to Stockholm, Sweden this week for 10-days to lead a series of filmmaking...

Fairy Tale Review will be digitally available via Project Muse

The acclaimed journal Fairy Tale Review, founded and edited by Kate Bernheimer, has just been adopted by Wayne State University Press, and will be...

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