Here is some stuff from the current students of our CW MFA Program:
Noam Dorr’s lyric essay, “Inheritance” will be published in Seneca Review‘s Fall 2010 issue, which will be out this December.
Glen Grunberger gave a talk on The Biosphere 2 Creative Writing Project on September 3rd for the U of A’s First Fridays Lecture Series.
Margi Kimball‘s essay, “The Backyard of the House at 48 Northview Drive,” was published over the summer in Memoir(and), where it won the prize in graphic memoir.
Bethany Maile’s essay, “The Pull of Moving Water” was published in the most recent issue of the South Dakota Review.
Christopher Nelson‘s poem, “From Book of Hunger” is getting published this month by Spork. His poem, “Allegory with a Wolf in the Shadows,” will be published in the Red Issue of Fairy Tale Review this fall.
Benjamin Rybeck‘s story, “The Ferris Wheel” was published in the Spring 2010 issue of Natural Bridge. His story, “Dad Stuff” was a finalist for Glimmer Train‘s November 2009 Short Story Award for New Writers. His story “Stolkholm Syndrome” will appear in the fall issue of Solstice.
Natasha Stagg’s story “Lexi” was published in Thieves Jargon‘s Issue 201 in August. It was spotlit by FictionDaily.org on August 15th. Another version, under the title “The Woods,” was spotlit by Spork Press‘s “Weekly Fiction” on July 11th, and will be in Slow Trains this month. Her essays, “Writer & Celebs” and “Limitations in Art” were posted in Electric Literature‘s “The Outlet” blog on August 25th and June 29th, respectively.
Jason Timermanis received two grants from the Ontario Arts Council: a Works in Progress grant for his novel and a Writers’ Reserve grant for nonfiction.
John Washington presented a pedagogy paper for the fiction pedagogy workshop at AWP.