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Although we may not always know where our writing paths will lead us, if we follow our passions, we usually end up somewhere pretty great. Alum Kate Estrop discovered a joy for writing short comics after receiving their […]

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The Lesley MFA Program in Creative Writing opened up new avenues for many of us in exploring ourselves and our writing. WFYP alum Kate Fussner talks about how her mentors encouraged her to start writing in verse, which […]

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After finding her way back to writing after some time in web development, Frances Donovan went on to self-publish her own chapbook, which became a finalist in the 31st annual Lambda Literary Awards. Her next manuscript will be […]

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Rex Carey Arrasmith talks about the interplay between his poetry and his fiction, the influence of place on his writing, and going through Lesley University’s MFA in Creative Writing program twice. Read on to learn more about alien robots and […]

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Julie Lam discusses her life as an artist, activist and citizen of the world, and how she’s been using her writing skills to advocate for mask wearing and safety precautions to protect against COVID-19. Read on to learn […]

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Often, the path to writing isn’t a straight-forward one. Such is the case with Amber Wong, who started writing towards the end of a long career in environmental engineering. Read on to learn about her experience of writing […]

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Wrapping up our interviews for Women’s History Month is WFYP alum Jasmine Warga! Jasmine talks to us about winning the the 2020 John Newbery Honor for Other Words For Home, the inspiration behind her upcoming novel, A Rover’s Story, […]

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In our latest spotlight interview for Women’s History Month, WFYP alum Emily Inouye Huey shares some of her literary inspirations, the challenges of balancing writing and parenting, and the passion behind her upcoming novel, Beneath the Wide Silk […]

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Next up in our series of March interviews is Kelly Fig Smith! Kelly talks to us about using poetry as a means of working through writer’s block, the important power held within the hands of teachers, and the […]

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In our next interview, poetry alum Kate Kearns talks to us about her early influences, sending out her manuscript to indie presses during the pandemic, and how editing other people’s work has influenced her own writing. Read on […]
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