Mary Ann Honaker (Poetry, June 2016) has a poem “Shame” in the November 2022 issue of Better Than Starbucks. Saraciea J. Fennell (WFYP, January 2020) hosted the 2022 National Book Awards Finalist Reading in New York City. Celeste […]

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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 […]
Check out the below video to watch the Cambridge Common Writers-hosted book launch for Emily Inouye Huey’s (WFYP, June 2011) debut novel, Beneath the Wide Silk Sky. Sam Sakamoto doesn’t have space in her life for dreams. With the […]
Thato Mwosa (WSS, June 2017) has a new short film Something To Tell You, that she has been making in collaboration with Girls Inc., an organization that focuses on the development of the whole girl. You can see […]

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With forthcoming novels in both 2022 and 2023, alum Nathan Tavares has learned to separate the art of writing from the business of publishing. He speaks with fellow fiction alum Julia Leef about his experience as a freelance journalist, […]
Lesley has a new lit mag, The Tonic, to be released in early 2023! The first issue will be guest-edited by A.J. Verdelle. Submissions are now open until November, details here. Emily Inouye Huey’s (WFYP, June 2011) YA […]
Check out the below video to watch the Cambridge Common Writers-hosted book launch for Benjamin Roesch’s (Fiction, January 2016) debut novel, Blowin’ My Mind Like a Summer Breeze. Fifteen-year-old Rainey Cobb never thought meeting someone could actually change her […]

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Michelle Lynch, whose earliest inspiration was music and whose writing process is to “wonder and wander,” says she “writes towards healing” and credits her MFA with making her a better Language Arts and Literacy teacher. MICHELLE LYNCH – […]
Jody Hobbs Hesler (Fiction, June 2017) has an essay “A Red-Headed Stepchild Reflects on Rejection” in The Atticus Review. Jo-Ann Hart (Nonfiction, January 2019) was the Grand Slam Story Winner at the 2022 KO Festival of Performance. Michelle […]
Sebastian Murdoch (Fiction, June 2019) has a new short story “Piecemeal” out in Crow and Cross Keys. Pam Petro’s (Nonfiction, MFA faculty) book The Long Field, has been shortlisted for the Wales Book of the Year Award. Jon […]
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