Masha Shukovich’s short story published

MFAW-WA student Masha Shukovich's  short story, entitled "Things With Souls," was just published in WORDPEACE, a semi-annual online literary journal that welcomes international, LGBTQ, and diverse voices; seeks to publish writing that takes a stand against corruption...
A Tale of Two at the Seattle Playwrights Salon

A Tale of Two at the Seattle Playwrights Salon

MFAW-WA alumna Angela Gyurko will have a staged reading of her one-act play, A Tale of Two, for the 2020 season of the Seattle Playwrights Salon. The reading will be followed by a guided talk-back to help further develop the play.

World Premiere of Born in East Berlin

World Premiere of Born in East Berlin

MFAW-VT faculty member Rogelio Martinez’s play, Born in East Berlin, has its World Premiere at the San Francisco Playhouse. The first performance was February 6th. If you are in the area, don’t miss it!

Bea Gates’ new book desire lines now published

Bea Gates’ new book desire lines now published

MFAW faculty member Beatrix Gates’s new book, desire lines, is out in a letterpress limited edition from Artifact Press. desire lines, makes “a weathered map of memory and migration, forced and chosen, through seasons of change.”

Rogelio Martinez on Open Air

Rogelio Martinez on Open Air

MFAW-VT faculty member Rogelio Martinez was interviewed on Open Air-- a weekly magazine of the performing arts in the Bay Area. To listen to the interview from the webpage, go here. (FYI: It is about 40 minutes into the show.) KALW’s weekly magazine of the performing...

Workshops for MFAW Alums in Port Townsend

Workshops for MFAW Alums in Port Townsend

In addition to encouraging our alumni to come back to Goddard for free, public events at our residencies (which include the readings by our faculty and visitors), we also open the workshops given by our visitors to our alumni who are in the area or happen to be on campus for the alumni conferences. Any MFAW alum from either home campus is invited to sit in.

Richard Panek on PBS TV

Richard Panek on PBS TV

MFAW faculty member Richard Panek’s interview about his new book The Trouble with Gravity leads off the latest installment of the PBS series “SciTech Now.”

Sassafras Lowrey on TV

Sassafras Lowrey on TV

MFAW (graduating) student Sassafras Lowrey and hir dog, Sirius, were interviewed on AKC TV on January 28th.  Sassafras was talking about hir newest book Tricks In The City.  To see the full episode go...

Heckler published by Unsolicited Press

Heckler published by Unsolicited Press

MFAW-VT alumnus Jason Graff's latest book, Heckler, is now out from Unsolicited Press.  Heckler is a story about forgiveness, about intersecting struggles, about ghosts. Three men seeking forgiveness pass through The Shelby Hotel as part of their...

The Blossom and the Firefly is an Amazon Best Book

The Blossom and the Firefly is an Amazon Best Book

From the award-winning author of Flygirl comes this powerful WWII romance between two Japanese teens caught in the cogs of an unwinnable war, perfect for fans of Salt to the Sea, Lovely War, and Code Name Verity. Faculty member Sherri L. Smith’s new novel is an Amazon Best Book for February.

Chana Porter’s The Seep Published

Chana Porter’s The Seep Published

MFAW alumna Chana Porter's debut novel, The Seep, will be published on January 21st. It’s a utopian alien invasion story about grief and loss, which took seven beautiful, harrowing years to write. Talk about a culmination!  What's it about? Here you go: Through...

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