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Sonora Review presents this month's Such Waltzing: Undergraduate Edition

Graduate-run literary magazine Sonora Review presents this month's Such Waltzing: Undergraduate...

Justin St. Germain's, undergrad and MFA alum ('06), memoir released

Justin St. Germain, undergraduate and 2006 MFA alum of the department, released his memoir today. It's getting incredible reviews and he is giving a reading on Sunday at the Barnes and Noble on...

Kate Bernheimer's book reviewd in NY Times

Congratulations to Kate Bernheimer! Her new book The Girl Who Wouldn't Brush Her Hair was reviewed in the ...

Emily DePrang (MFA Alum '11) has a piece in the new Salon

Emily DePrang MFA Alumni, 2011), has a piece up on the new Salon .

Joshua Marie Wilkinson's new books

Joshua Marie Wilkinson's new books include an anthology of essays on Anne Carson from University of Michigan Press, and two new collections of poetry: The Courier's Archive & Hymnal (Sidebrow ...

Christopher Cokinos reads an excerpt from his book "Bodies, of the Holocene" with animations by Anthony Tellez

Christopher Cokinos reads an excerpt from his book "Bodies, of the Holocene" with animations by Anthony Tellez

Chris Cokinos Mentor in the Carson Scholars Program and Other News

Christopher Cokinos led a writing workshop for the Carson Scholars program, for which he is a mentor, at Biosphere 2 in fall 2013.  The Carson program taps top doctoral students interested in...

Aurelie Sheehan has a New Book

This fall, Aurelie's book, Jewelry Box: A Collection of Histories, is coming out with BOA Editions, Ltd. She has fiction in the current issue of Willow Springs, and a story anthologized in XO...

TC Tolbert's new book

TC Tolbert (MFA '05) has a new book entitled 'Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics'. The first of its kind, Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics...

Erin Zwiener, MFA Student, Publishes Children's Book

Erin Zwiener's (MFA) children's book entitled Little Red Riding Boots (Once Upon the West Fairy Tale) has just been published.

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