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MFA Student Will Slattery's essay appeared in CutBank's "All Accounts And Mixture" web series

MFA student Will Slattery's essay "Small Spaces" appeared in CutBank's "...

MFA student Nina Boutsikaris wins 2015 Beacon Street Prize for non-fiction

MFA student Nina Boutsikaris is the non-fiction winner of the 2015...

Kate Bernheimer is interviewed about her latest novel Office at Night

In "A Kind of Literary Seance: The New Phase of Literary Collaborations" (Hazlitt Magzine, a publication of Penguin Random House), ...

RCTE Professor Ken McAllister recognized in President Hart's Fall 2014 Welcome

A well-deserved recognition of Ken McAllister, in this welcome by President Hart!

... an increasing number of UA employees are engaged in the digital humanities movement, one that...

RCTE Assistant Professor Cristina D. Ramírez awarded the Provost Author Support for her forthcoming book

RCTE Assistant Professor Cristina D. Ramírez was awarded the Provost Author Support for her forthcoming book, Occupying Our Space: The Rhetoric of Mexican Women...

Internship Opportunity for Fall!

Two undergraduate students needed for 1-unit internship with Simpla Phi Lex for Fall Semester 2015

 

The Simpla Phi Lex project, under the direction of Judge Dean ...

MFA student Jon Riccio has three pieces up at One Sentence Poems

MFA student Jon Riccio has three pieces up at One Sentence Poems:
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A Course in Professional Storytelling

"Students who spent the semester learning about communication through storytelling have produced a story bank of narratives detailing their lives, their studies and their appreciation for...

Visit us at the Tucson Festival of Books

The Tucson Festival of Books wouldn't be possible without the valuable contributions of more than a thousand volunteers, and we are grateful for all they do. Are you interested in...

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...

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