With two donations from alums, the MFA program has created the new Wendi Kaufman fund to honor the late alumnus whose short story collection, "Helen on 86th Street and Other Stories," became last summer the first title published by Stillhouse Press.
"Inspired by Harper Lee, Other Literary Sequels," looks at other sequels set for publication in the summer of 2015.
"When I think about duende, I think of the poet Larry Levis, because as an undergraduate it was from Levis that I first heard of duende."
"Crow-Work" comes out on February 1st.
Robert Stone, who died on January 10, was a member of the all-but-vanished tribe of hard-living, two-fisted, wildly ambitious American novelists who grew up in Hemingway’s slipstream, writes Goodwin.
"Paper Doll Fetus" was published by Persea
"Missed" was originally published in The Master's Review.
Taylor won Best Mystery Short Story for his story "The Care and Feeding of Houseplants," originally published in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine for their March/April 2013 issue.
Marcus talks about her recent essay "The Night Facebook Suggested I ‘Might Know’ My Rapist," and the culture of rape in America.