Liz Bamford, M.F.A. ’13, who writes under the pseudonym Vivian Shaw, has landed a book deal with leading science fiction and fantasy publisher, Orbit. The first book in her new three-book series about the adventures of Dr. Greta Helsing is titled Strange Practice and is scheduled for release in July of 2017.
Learn more about Vivian Shaw at http://vivianshaw.tumblr.com/.
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Learn more about D. Watkins at http://d-watkins.com/.
This week’s M.F.A.-sponsored reading event with 100-year old poet Henry Morgenthau III received a great write-up by the Baltimore Jewish Times. The reading was a kickoff to celebrate Morgenthau’s debut collection of poems, A Sunday in Purgatory, published by UB’s Passager Books.
Read the article: balt-jwsh-times_170223.
Learn more about Passager Books.
Christine Lincoln, M.F.A. ‘11, had her story, “What’s Necessary to Remember When Telling a Story,” published in the winter 2016 issue of The Paris Review, a literary magazine featuring original writing, art and in-depth interviews with famous writers.
Read an excerpt here.
Learn more about Christine Lincoln at http://www.yorkcity.org/government/poet-laureate/.