An excerpt from Suzanne LaFetra Collier’s novel-in-process was selected as a finalist for the 2020 Prose Prize from Puerto Del Sol. Congratulations, Suzanne!
MFAW-VT student John Pietrowski’s production of the The Gospel of John that he directed at The Sheen Center in NYC has been nominated in the Best Solo Show category.
Goddard MFAW student Masha Shukovich’s stand-alone excerpt from her novel-in-progress “The Taste of Names” was featured in the Instagram Live Launch of the Michigan Quarterly Review. Congratulations, Masha!
Congratulations to Wren Tuatha for three pieces of publishing news, including her thesis poem, which was awarded a grant from the Academy of American Poets.
“A heartfelt and captivating performance, the Sheen’s production of The Gospel of John offers a gripping narrative conveyed by a compelling actor, who captures the exquisite beauty of its language and brings immediacy and understanding to the age-old story.”
Looking to do something positive for yourself and for the literary community? MFAW student Jaimie Li has launched a new brainchild: #shelterinbooks.
MFAW-WA student Masha Shukovich has just had a fictional piece “What Water Remembers” (a standalone excerpt from her novel, The Taste of Names), which she wrote last semester “under Reiko’s wonderful guidance”, published in the Spring 2020 issue of Michigan Quarterly Review (ed. Anna Clark).
MFAW-WA student Wren Tuatha’s poem, Some Other Child’s Mimosa, has been published in the latest issue of a new journal, The January Review.
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...
Current MFAW-WA student Wren Tuatha’s three poems (from her thesis work from last semester) are now live on The Cafe Review’s site, with the print edition coming soon.