MFA faculty member Deborah Brevoort was interviewed on WAMC’s Roundtable on March 11 about her play THE BLUE-SKY BOYS that opens at Capital Rep in Albany on March 15th.
On March 18, MFA faculty member Kenny Fries will read from his work as part of the “Parahuman: New Perspectives on Life with Technology” conference at the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum in Dresden, Germany.
Kenny Fries’s poem “Mortal Thoughts” is online at the HIV Here and Now Project’s countdown to thirty-five years of AIDS.
Faculty members Bhanu Kapil and Rahna Reiko Rizzuto will be guest speakers at the University of Hawaii at Hilo on April 1st, in a discussion entitled, “Writing Home/Writing Place.”
An Opinion essay by Goddard MFA faculty member in Port Townsend, Aimee Liu, “Political correctness may have run amok, but it’s better than when casual racism ruled,” appeared in the Sunday Los Angeles Times on March 27th. Read more from Aimee on the MFA program’s blog, writerintheworld.com.
Faculty member Victoria Nelson’s interview with director/ screenwriter Matthew Robbins has been posted on The Believer website.
On March 1, Vermont MFA faculty member Rahna Reiko Rizzuto joined this year’s Beltran Teaching Award winner Beth Kephart in a discussion of Home at the Kelly Writers House, at the University of Pennsylvania.
Simone John‘s first chapbook of poetry, Collateral, was just published by Octopus Books. Read her thoughts here.
Brianna Johnson‘s thesis, Fire Sale, was pushed by Essay Press as a digital chapbook. Read more about the chapbook the our blog, thewriterintheworld.com
In April 2016, Sage Hill Press will publish All We Can Hold: A Collection of Poetry on Motherhood including poems by Annalee Dunn (2011), Isla McKetta (2010), and Ellen Welcker (2010).