Martin Pousson, (’93) has been awarded a 2014 NEA Creative Writing Fellowship in Prose. The honor, which includes a $25,000 grant, is in support of “Black Sheep Boy,” a collection of short stories.
Jonathan Dacula ('13) has been named Coordinator of Regional Team Operations in Greater New Orleans for Teach for America.
“Of Disaster and Love: John Biguenet’s Rising Water Trilogy," an interview article by Marina Kennedy, was published in Woman Around Town.
Stewart Sinclair, senior English writing major, has published an essay online at The Millions.
Luke Kummer ('02), world citizen and itinerant journalist has published a memoir, Fun As Hell, with Kindle Singles.
"Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole will be revealed to you." —Ford Madox Ford.
John Mosier weighs in with his reading list on the blog Writers Read
Stewart Sinclair, English senior and surfer from Ventura, California, blogs at The Deep Water Breaks.
Anya Groner's essay on Mississippi bluesman T-Model Ford, Black Nanny and the Tale Dragger, has been published at Oxford American, The Southern Magazine of Good Writing.
Peyton Burgess’ short story "Auction" has been accepted for publication in the spring issue of the Chicago Quarterly Review.