Karin Cecile Davidson (Fiction, June 2009)’s debut novel, Sybelia Drive, will be released on October 6th with Braddock Avenue Books. Pre-order the book here.
A.J. Verdelle (Fiction, MFA Writing Faculty) is listed in USA Today’s “100 Black novelists and fiction writers you should read, from Abi Daré to Zora Neale Hurston” for her 1995 debut novel, “The Good Negress,” which was a finalist for a PEN/Faulkner award for fiction and won her the Whiting Award for emerging writers.
Hurley Winkler (Fiction, January 2017) will be hosting a series of workshops this fall for fiction and nonfiction. Each session is five weeks long and is capped at four students each. Register here.
Suzanne Edison (Poetry, July 2016) is teaching two section of the same course at Hugo House: “The Words to Say It: Reading & Writing Poems about Illness, Trauma & Healing (ZOOM).” Early bird registration is available through 8/30/20.
Rachel Kadish’s (Fiction, MFA Writing Faculty) essay on Slate, “Stepping Into My Characters’ Shoes” re-examines her novel, The Weight of Ink, through the context of the current global pandemic.
Tony Eprile (Fiction, MFA Writing Faculty) and Laurie Foos (Fiction, MFA Writing Faculty) will be giving a weekend writing retreat in 2 parts via Zoom on 9/19 & 9/20, 10:30-1:30 EDT. $150 for the weekend, or $75 each. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register via PayPal or for any questions.
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