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
MFAW-WA faculty member Beatrix Gates has received an appointment as an Alan Jutzi Fellow for Non-traditional Scholars at the Huntington Library next year. The fellowship is for the poetry project, “Good Seeing: Poem of the Full Sky,” which highlights 20th
MFAW-VT faculty member Kenny Fries will be Visiting Writer at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, PA next week. During his time at King’s, Kenny will meet with faculty and students, visit two writing classes, and give a public reading on April 17,
We’re happy to celebrate the publication by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt of Goddard MFA in Creative Writing alumna, and recent Visiting Alumna, Alexis Smith’s second novel, Marrow Island.
Goddard College presents a reading by New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Bond on Wednesday, July 20th, at 7 PM at 204 Battery Way in Fort Worden State Park. Bond will read from her critically acclaimed novel Ruby, an Oprah book club selection.
from the indomitable AMY KING, who visited us in Plainfield a few residencies back. VIDA is currently seeking submissions & we would love to hear from you! Please see our submission guidelines for pitches & articles & anything else you
Dani Shapiro will be joining the summer residency in Vermont! Join us on Wednesday, July 1st at 7 pm in the Haybarn Theater for a reading and booksigning, courtesy of our Visiting Writer series. Open to the public. And don’t
The Port Townsend residency, happening now, is excited to be welcoming two of our Vermont alumni, Mary Johnson and Cara Hoffman, who will be reading and doing workshops Monday through Thursday next week. The readings are open to the public,
Who’s been where, and which writing retreats do you recommend? Aerogramme’s new list of retreats for 2015 includes Hedgebrook, an oasis for women writers near and dear to my heart: hard to get into (with 1500 applications this year!) but
Wendy Goldberg, Artistic Director National Playwright’s Conference, will be joining us at the next Vermont residency, on January 6th (1:15pm to 3:00pm) for a discussion on The O’Neill Development Process at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre center, one of the nation’s premiere new