AJ Verdelle (Fiction, MFA Faculty) is pleased to announce that her new book Miss Chloe: A Memoir of a Literary Friendship with Toni Morrison is now available for preorder.
Adrian Matejka (Poetry, MFA Faculty) has been named the first Black editor of Poetry magazine.
Julie Lam (Fiction, June 2019) has an article, “Abandoning Masks Puts >100 million Americans at Risk of Severe Illness or Death. Me included.” in Medium.com/ New York Voice. She is the founder of MaskTogetherAmerica.
Cindy House (Fiction, June 2017) has a review of her memoir Mother Noise in Booklist. Simon & Schuster also recently released a promotional video for her book.
Laurie Foos’ (Fiction, MFA Faculty) new YA novel The Other is now available for preorder.
Elizabeth Rose (Nonfiction, 2019) has a memoir piece “Loretta Young” in Anti-Heroin Chic.
Suzanne Edison (Poetry, July 2016) has a new poetry collection, Since the House Is Burning, now available for preorder.
Gene Leutkemeyer’s (Fiction, May 2015) story “The Two Wives of Federico Ricci” was a semifinalist in the annual Wild Women contest of Tulip Tree Press.
Katie Cotugno (Fiction, June 2015) has a new novel, Birds of California, published by Harper Perennial.
Robbie Gamble (Poetry, June 2017) has two new poems out: “January,” in RockPaperPoem, and “Pulse,” in Nixes Mate.
Cynthia Platt’s (WFYP, June 2014) new YA novel Postcards from Summer, is now available for preorder.
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