Jon D. Lee (Poetry, January 2017) has a new poem “Death and the Miser” appearing in The Ekphrastic Review.

Kyoko Mori (Nonfiction, MFA Writing Faculty) is featured in conversation with Bonnie Friedman in the April 2021 issue of The Writer’s Chronicle, and she also has a reflection on Elizabeth Bishop’s “The Moose” in the “What Sparks Poetry” feature of Poetry Daily.

Gene Luetkemeyer (Fiction, June 2015) has a short story, “The Migration of Plastic Pink Flamingos” appearing in the inaugural issue of Rhodora Magazine.

Celeste Mohammed (Fiction, June 2016) has a short story, “Home” in the current issue of The Common. “Home” is an excerpt from her forthcoming novel-in-stories, Pleasantview.

Deborah Sosin (Nonfiction, January 2015) has a piece, “A Collaboration Across Time” in the New York Times.

Michelle Lynch’s (Poetry, June 2014) poem “Toska” appears in Zoetic Press’s “Apocalypse” issue of the Nonbinary Review.

Jody Hobbs Hesler (Fiction, June 2017) will be teaching a virtual class “Reading for Craft: Fiction and Nonfiction” this June and July at Writer House.

Jason Reynolds (WFYP, MFA Writing Faculty) is featured in an article in Publishers Weekly: “Children’s Authors Show Off Their Treasures on ‘Antiques Roadshow.‘”

Caitlin T.D. Robinson (WFYP, June 2018) has a poem, “A Field of You” appearing in the current issue of Soul-Lit: a Journal of Spiritual Poetry.

Kelly Fig Smith’s (Nonfiction, June 2018) essay “Origins” appears in the miCRo series of The Cincinnati Review.

Andrea Wang (WFYP, June 2011) was interviewed on NPR Weekend Edition about her picture book, Watercress.

Mikki Knudsen’s (WFYP, MFA Writing Faculty) chapter book She Persisted: Nellie Bly, has been published by Philomel Books.

Robbie Gamble (Poetry, January 2017) has three recent poem publications: “Injured Rat, Screaming People” in Muddy River Poetry Review; “King Phillip Motor Inn” in About Place Journal; and “Litany” in “The Hard Work of Hope” project at Mass Poetry.

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