Students & News
Our own Distinguished Visiting Professor Carrie Brown was interviewed by Sarah McConnell of With Good Reason. They talk about her forthcoming novel The Stargazer's Sister.
Our beloved professor (and benevolent overlord) Jeanne Larsen has a poem in Shenandoah. Keep up the good work, Jeanne!
Our own Marissa Mazek has her poem "Samovar" included in the Emma Press Anthology of Homesickness and Exile. For more info, check here. Yay Marissa!
Our own Marissa Mazek has a story in the latest issue of The Rampallian. Another, which received an Honorable Mention in the Glimmer Train Fiction Open, will be published in the forthcoming issue of Watershed Review. Way to go Marissa!
Grant Kittrell '14 has published two poems over at The Normal School: A Literary Magazine. Check out "Off the Dock" and "Everyone's Pregnant" here.
Grant Kittrell '14 has three poems ( “There’s A Man With A Hemingway Inside,” “Don’t Let The Caterpillar Eat Your Marbles” and “I Am Thinking Of All The Ways I Could Marry Myself,”) published in Heavy Feather Review's 2015 double-issue, "Vacancies."
Our own Grant Kittrell has a poem in the latest issue of Magma magazine. Jolly good, Grant!
Grant's poem "Kettle Number 40" will appear in the Spring 2013 issue of Barely South Review. Way to go, Grant!
At Length Magazine has published an except of a poem by our beloved faculty member, Thorpe Moeckel. Great work, Thorpe
(Spoiler Alert: this poem contains goats!)
Elise Burke's story "Staircases" can be found at Hayden's Ferry Review!
Elise Burke '15 has a short story published in Heavy Feather Review's 2015 double-issue entitled "Vacancies"
Elise Burke '15 has a novel excerpt, "Sorry for Crashing Your Party and Possibly Killing Your Horse" in the latest edition of the Indiana Review! Way to go, Elise!
Elise Burke '15 has been nominated for the 2014 storySouth Million Writers Award! Check out her story "Who Are You Supposed to Be?" below. You rock, Elise!
Our own Elise Anderson Burke '15 has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize for her story in Swarm Quarterly. Way to go, Elise!
Our own R.H.W. Dillard has a new book of poetry, NOT IDEAS, out with Factory Hollow Press. Check it out on FHP's website!
Our revered and very own Professor R.H.W. Dillard has a mammoth poem in the latest issue of Blackbird. It's the best epic about monkeys you will read this year. OUK OUK, Richard, Eek eek!
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