Sarah Minor, soon to graduate with an MFA in Nonfiction, has an essay called "Handling the Beast" in the brand new is
Three UA MFA graduates have been selected as Notable Essays in the Best American Essays 2013 (edited by Cheryl Strayed):
Thomas Mira y Lopez's (MFA '14) essay "Parallax" is forthcoming in Seneca Review in the Fall of 2014
Sarah Minor's (MFA '13) essay "Handling the Beast" is forthcoming in the November issue of Conjunctions: 61 A Menagerie, and her essay "Vide" is forthcoming in Fall of 201
Four MFA candidates will be presenting speed talks at this year's Graduate Research Environmental Blitz on November 7, 2 - 6 PM in the Student Union's South Ballroom The event is sponsored annuall
Chet Phillips (MFA '09) received a nice bit of coverage on compost CATS.
Nina Boutsikaris' (MFA student) story entitled "On the Island" has just been published
In this brooding and daring collection of lyric prose set on the lush prairie of eastern Kansas, writer and naturalist Christopher Cokinos explores the dangers of falling too much in love with the
Xo Orpheus Fifty New Myths, edited by Kate Bernheimer, has been published.
Erin Zwiener's (MFA) children's book entitled Little Red Riding Boots (Once Upon the West Fairy Tale)
Christopher Cokinos reads an excerpt from his book "Bodies, of the Holocene" with animations by Anthony Tellez
Christopher Cokinos led a writing workshop for the Carson Scholars program, for which he is a mentor, at Biosphere 2 in fall 2013. The Carson program taps top doctoral students interested in scien