for Fiction by Nimrod
International Journal. The award comes with $2000 and publication in Nimrod. Shannon will be flown to Tulsa to participate in the awards ceremony and Writers Workshop (Oct. 22-23), where she's been...
Erica Delsandro has successfully completed a year-long Visiting Assistant Professor position in Women's and Gender Studies at Bucknell University
Washington University MFA alumni Adam Ross has just published his first novel, Mr. Peanut, with much fanfare and critical acclaim. The book has been reviewed in The New York Times, The New Yorker...
Brad Richard's (MFA '91) manuscript Motion Studies won the 2010 Washington Prize from The Word Works, and will be published in January 2011.
Katie Muth's essay "Postmodern Fiction as Poststructuralist Theory: Kathy Acker's Blood and Guts in High School" will appear in the January 2011 issue of Narrative.
Haine's Eason (MFA '10) has five poems in Cream City Review which won their annual Beau Boudreaux Poetry Prize, one in Southern Indiana Review with an interview goi
Brooke Taylor's article, titled "Spontaneous Combustion: When 'Fact' Confirms Feeling in Bleak House" will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Dickens Quarterly journa
Professor Guinn Batten to contribute to new edition of Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetics, revising and extending "Irish Poet
Here's a list of the accomplishments of some of our recent and not so recent MFAs. Check back with MFA Alumni News for regular updates on the accomplishments of our alumni.
John Brandon's (Fiction ’01) new book is Citrus County. He published the...
The MFA Program has recently sceduled some events for Fall 2010, so be sure to mark your calendars.
The Department of English is seeking an Assistant Professor in Early Modern Literature, with specialization in Drama. Washington University in St.
An endowed chair, the Hurst Visiting Professorship brings to campus annually four or more distinguished writers.
The Department of English is now accepting applications from individuals interested in teaching Writing 1, Washington University's freshman writing course.
Felix Brandon Lloyd (Fiction '07) was named one of...
Jenny Kronovet's (Poetry '01) first collection of poems, Awayward,...