Emma Arlington, Stephen Dunn and Sassafras Lowery (three MFAW-VT students were on Goddard radio (WGDR) during our VT residency.
Praised by the New York Times for his “dazzling, tactile grasp of the world,” award-winning poet, Goddard alumnus (MFA ’80) and former faculty member Mark Doty read from his work in the Haybarn Theater on January 6, 2016. (Presented by
Coming Full Circle By Deborah Brevoort I first wrote Blue Moon Over Memphis, my Noh Drama about Elvis Presley, in 1993 while I was a graduate student at Brown University. I took a
As in, she DID read, and if you weren’t there but wish you were, here’s a video: Novelist and filmmaker Ruth Ozeki was our visiting writer at the MFA in Creative Writing Program’s spring 2015 residency in Vermont. Ozeki’s first
Burgers & Books: George Stephanopoulos with Cara Hoffman The ‘Be Safe I Love You’ author reveals what drives her to write and where she finds inspiration. ABC News broadcast. ABC US News | World News
Ask Mr. Cosmology, Goddard Faculty member Richard Panek’s humorous column from The Last Word On Nothing, was read by the author at Science Comedy night on March 27, 2015. For more on the column, check out the link above,
Cara Hoffman, author of Be Safe I Love You and So Much Pretty returns to Goddard to read from and discuss her first novel, which was also her Goddard thesis. Here, some comments on that process before her reading. In
During our recent residency, alumna Mary Johnson, author of An Unquenchable Thirst: Following Mother Teresa in Search of Love, Service, and an Authentic Life, joined faculty members Kenny Fries and Reiko Rizzuto at Goddard’s Plainfield, Vermont campus on 1/10/12 to discuss