MFAW-VT alumnus Charlie Bondhus‘s second poetry collection, Divining Bones, has just been accepted for publication by Sundress publications.
MFAW alumna Nita Sweeney’s unpublished memoir, Twenty-Six Point Freaking Two: How a Sedentary, Middle-Aged Manic Depressive Became a Marathoner (with the help of her dog), was short-listed for the 2018 William Faulkner – William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition nonfiction category. Read Nita’s
MFAW-VT alumna Gina Leigh has just launched the pilot episode of Circus Town Circus Town is an original, all-puppet children’s television show that explains physics through the fun of circus stories. Meet Sally Spangles, her best friend Girard the Giraffe,
MFAW-WA alumna Sarah Cannon’s Goddard thesis, turned debut memoir, The Shame of Losing (Red Hen Press), will be available October 2, 2018 in most independent bookstores in the Northwest. If you are a strong supporter, it would be helpful to ask your local bookstore and
MFAW-WA alumna Cara Lang turned one of her annotations on Bhanu Kapil’s Schizophrene into a review and it’s been published by a Canadian journal carte blanche. Cara has also had two poems appear in the May issue of Chaleur. And finally, Cara is also reviewing
MFAW-WA alumnus James Gapinksi has had two chapbooks published this year, Messiah Tortoise and Edge of the Known Bus Line. Here are the press releases for each: In Edge of the Known Bus Line, a woman’s daily commute takes
MFAW-WA alumna Liz Kellebrew’s prose poem, “Flood, Fire, Mountain,” will appear in Writers Resist: The Anthology 2018, coming this October from Running Wild Press. There are also plans for a reading at AWP ’19 in Portland, OR. And here, from the publisher’s
MFAW-VT alum and former Visiting Alumni Writer Julia Bouwsma’s Work by Bloodlight won the Maine Literary Award for poetry. Work by Bloodlight, which began as Julia’s MFA creative thesis, was chosen by Linda Pastan for the Cider Press Review Prize and published by
MFAW-VT alumna Julia Bouswma’s first book of poems, Work by Bloodlight is a finalist for a Maine Book Award. The winners of the 2018 Maine Literary Awards will be revealed live at a ceremony at SPACE Gallery in downtown Portland. Doors open
MFAW-VT alumna Lizz Schumer’s essay, “Communion in Disability Poetics” appears in the latest issue of Ploughshares. Here’s a glimpse: “Many disabled poets also ascribe to the social model of disability, which emphasizes that disability is not an inherent “defect,” but
MFAW Alum Justin Hall has an interview online at Lambda Literary. In 2006, Justin curated the art exhibition “No Straight Lines: Queer Culture in Comics” with Andrew Farago of the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco. This led to the 2012 book No Straight
Recent MFAW-VT Alum Anne Boaden’s essay, “Order Up” (a series of seven mini-essays) has been published by NELLE (Issue #1, 2018), the literary journal of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The issue is not yet on their website, but it
MFAW-VT alum Thomas Griffin’s chapbook of poetry All That Once Was You is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press. Preorders are now available.
MFAW-WA alumnus Charles Fairchild’s short story “Bedeviled” has been published by The Santa Clara Review. Congratulations, Charles!
MFAW-VT alumna Kristen Ringman’s book, I Stole You: Stories from the Fae, is a Lambda finalist in this year’s LGBTQ SF/F/Horror category. Her Goddard thesis Makara was also a Lambda Finalist in Debut Fiction back in 2013. Kristen also just signed with literary agent, Jen Azantian,