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Poems by Kimberly Stoll published in Birdfeast and ILK.

Several of Kimberly Stoll's poems been published in the latest issues of Birdfeast and ...

Cathy delaCruz (MFA) Awarded Scholarship

Cathy delaCruz was awarded a scholarship to this summer's Esalen Integral Leadership Program which is a 28-day living and learning immersion experience in Big Sur, California. She will be there...

Cathy delaCruz (MFA) Speaking Engagement in San Francisco

Cathy delaCruz is reading some of her new work along with writers Matt L. Roher, Marisa Crawford, Juliana Delgado Lopera at the San Francisco Public Library next Tuesday, July 9th at 6pm as part...

Laura Miller's (MFA) stories published in Spork Press and in Necessary Fiction

Spork Press published Laura Miller's story "The Wild Blue Yonder" in June, and Necessary Fiction will publish her story "The Lovely Beanstalk Goes Away" mid-July

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

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