• Goddard MFA alumna Dawn Renee Jones has won the Southern Rep Theatre’s Ruby Prize for a new play with her thesis, A HEAP SEE. Besides a monetary prize, she will be heading to Hedgebrook for 2 weeks in April and then to New York City for a workshop of the play. Needless to say, many people at Goddard and in Port Townsend remember the play well and…[Read more]

  • Goddard MFA alumna Kita Mehaffy’s thesis play Blowing the Arrows was selected as a semi-finalist (still in the running for finalist) for the O’Neill 2016 National Playwrights Conference. This week she was also notified that a short play of hers will be produced on the outskirts of Chicago and one of her short stories has won the Ingrid Reti…[Read more]

  • MFAW-VT student Lucy Snyder’s short story collection While the Black Stars Burn has been nominated for a Bram Stoker Award! Congratulations, Lucy!​

  • Goddard MFAW alumna Erin Fristad’s first poetry collection, The Glass Jar, (spawned from her fifteen years in the commercial fishing industry) will be published by Finishing Line Press. You can order your copy today at finishinglinepress.com

  • MFAW-VT student Jarrett Mazza’s article entitled The Days of EC: A Critical Examination of the Pulp Books of the Past and What They Can Teach Us About Our Future is live. Congrats, Jarrett!

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  • MFAW-WA student Jalyn Powell\’s short story, Coffeehouse Christmas, was just published in Tiffin University\’s The TU Review (January 2016, Winter Edition). Congratulations, Jalyn!

  • Congratulations to MFAW VT alumna Julie Bouwsma for winning the CPR Book Award, chosen by Linda Pastan. We look forward to seeing the book in 2017.

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  • Excerpts from, and original articles for, Winter in the Wilderness, co-written by MFAW-VT student Jon Ulrich are now available in: Life in the Finger Lakes. Congratulations, Jon!

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  • MFAW-VT student Lucy Snyder’s nonfiction article “An Exploration of Racism in Heart of Darkness” is in the January issue of Apex Magazine. ​Congratulations, Lucy!

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  • Current MFAW student Jarrett Mazza’s latest article Inside the Frontier: What Non-Comic Readers Can Learn From Reading The Star Trek Comics is live. Congratulations, Jarrett!

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  • The Writer posted an update 3 years ago

    MFAW-VT student Jarrett Mazza’s article, Send in the Third String: An Argument for the Importance of Less Popular Superheroes has gone live on Sequart.com.

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  • The Writer posted an update 3 years ago

    MFAW-VT student Jarrett Mazza’s article “Through the Eyes of a Fan”: How Being a Fanboy Changes One’s Outlook Both In and Outside the World of Comics is now live on Sequart.

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  • The Writer posted an update 3 years ago

    MFAW-VT student Jarrett Mazza\’s short story \”Pictures of Time\” will be published in the GNU Journal.

  • The Writer posted an update 3 years ago

    MFAW-WA alum Liz Kellebrew’s short story, “The Coming of the Horses,” was published by Elohi Gadugi Journal.

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  • The Writer posted an update 3 years ago

    Lucy Snyder\’s short story collection While the Black Stars Burn was published this weekend

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    MFAW-VT alum Deborah Johnstone has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize for her essay, “Do Not Call Me Ma’am.” It was published in a print publication entitled, Still Crazy. ​She ​also received an Honorable Mention in Spider Road Press’s Flash Fiction Contest for ​her​ essay entitled, “Night Sky at Dawn​.​”

  • The Writer posted an update 3 years, 1 month ago

    MFAW-VT alumnus Donnelle McGee has a new novel Ghost Man. You can preorder his book and/or catch Donnelle reading at the venues listed below.

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  • The Writer posted an update 3 years, 1 month ago

    MFAW-VT alumna Kate Baldus had an essay published this fall with the Good Men Project, which she would like to share with the community.

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