By Katie Takacs English alumna Stefanie Williams (B.A 2008) understands that writing can be hard, but she also knows that giving up is never an option, which led her to what she said is her biggest accomplishment – signing with United Talent Agency.
Two of Rad's poems have recently been published. "Myland Farms" is in the current Split Rock Review (http://www.splitrockreview.org/mylandfarms) and "Under One Roof" is in the latest A Clean, Well-Lighted Place (http://www.lightedplace.com/under-one-roof.html). Congratulations, Rad!
The current issue of Publishers Weekly (January 27, 2014) contains starred reviews of two forthcoming books by English department faculty: Maud Casey, The Man Who Walked Away (Bloomsbury), and Mary Helen Washington, The Other Black List: The African American Literary and Cultural Left of the 1950s (Columbia University Press).
Pamela's book trailer was just released on YouTube. The book is entitled Lucky That Way (University of Missouri Press, Oct. 1, 2013). Here is the link to the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kP_93QWS3Y&feature=youtu.be
The MFA Program in Creative Writing is pleased to announce the nominees for the 2013-2014 Intro Journals Project, a literary competition for the discovery and publication of new work by students currently enrolled in creative writing programs around the country.