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The new Director of Cambridge Common Writers shares her vision for the alumni association and opens up about her own writing—from her first book launch at age six (!) to tackling difficult topics through speculative fiction and how […]

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For this interview, we had the pleasure of talking with Thato Mwosa about the enriching experience of working with teens in her films, teaching students at the Lesley MFA in Creative Writing program as an alum, and using […]

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In this conversation with Cassie M. Seinuk, one of our WSS alums who also went on to teach at the Lesley MFA in Creative Writing program, we learned several of her tricks of the trade, including using other […]

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A speculative fiction writer with a passion for liminal spaces and using fantastical elements to explore real-world issues, David Farrow shares the importance of “courting the muse,” giving back to the writing community, and adapting his Neverglades series […]

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In this interview, writer and filmmaker Cheryl Eagan-Donovan walks us through the various stages of her newest film, Nothing Is Truer than Truth, from early sources of inspiration to international distribution, and the lessons she learned along the way. CHERYL […]

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Poetry alum Naomi Mulvihill chats with us about how her Lesley MFA mentors helped her learn not to hide what she didn’t know, exploring topics around education and craft, teaching poetry to young writers, and making time and […]

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Our Spotlight series continues with Fiction alum Daniel Giovinazzo who shares with us how his practice of writing has evolved over time, the great influence his former mentors at the Lesley MFA program had on him, and how […]

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We love learning about how our alums are making an impact in the literary world, and were thrilled to talk to Natalie Young, poetry alum and a founder of the Utah-based poetry journal, Sugar House Review. In the […]

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In our first Spotlight Interview of 2023, Claudia Rueda talks to us about her work with PEN, Domestika, some of her early literary influences, and changing the world through children’s picture books. CLAUDIA RUEDA – WRITING FOR YOUNG […]

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YA author Hayley Krischer takes some time to talk to us about why kids need books that don’t shy away from darker subjects, highlights from her long career in journalism, and her very different experiences publishing Something Happened […]
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