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PUBLICATIONS – PARTICIPANTS

Chelsey Clammer (2016) Essay: “Lying in the Lyric,” Essay Daily, September 2015; “Not Kidding,” Slink Chunk Press, Fall 2015; “I Live In a Town,” The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review, Annual Print Edition, No. 19, 2015; “Cut,” Scars: An Anthology, Et Alia Press, 2015“Respect the Comma-Maker: Writer-Editor Exchanges,” The Review Review, Fall 2015; “Teetering,” Santa Fe Literary Review, Fall 2015.

Bernard Grant (2016) Nonfiction: “Stand, Step, Stumble,” Stirring, September 2015; “Puzzle Pieces,” Compose, Fall 2015. Flash Fiction: “Cursive,” Hermeneutic Chaos, September 2015; “Saturday Night,” Cheap Pop; “Wind,” Fiction Southeast, November 2015.

Cate Hennessey (2016) Nonfiction: “Beets,” Fourth Genre, Fall 2015.

Emily Holt (2016) Essay: “Hunger,” Brief Encounters: A Collection of Contemporary Nonfiction, November 2015. Poetry: “If Not Savior” and “Stay or Go,” Honest Ulsterman, October 2015.

John Milkereit (2016) Poetry: Haiku (“When violins bow”), 2016 Texas Poetry Calendar, Dos Gatos Press, Fall 2015.

Sarah Pape (2016) Essay: “Pleasure Like Grief,” Passages North, September 2015.

Ann Quinn (2018) Poetry: “So Much,” Snapdragon: A Journal of Art and Healing, Fall 2015.

Tammy Robacker (2016) Poetry: “Delinquent,” Crab Creek Review, Fall 2015; “Preparation of the Mummy: An Introduction,” “Mad Scientist,” “Monsters in the Closet,” and “Succubus,” Menacing Hedge, Fall 2015; “Aliens,” Fjords Review—Women’s Edition, Fall 2015; “Blocked Memories” and “The Gospel According to Jane Doe,” Synesthesia Journal, Fall 2015; “Another Girl Goes Down” and “Packing List for the Damaged,” Siren Zine, September 2015. 

Molly Spencer (2017) Poetry: “As If Life Can Go On As It Has,” “Translation,” and “Frank Next Door,” ZYZZYVA, Fall 2015; “After Reading the Story of Assumption Chapel in Cold Spring, Minnesota,” Poem-of-the-Week Web Feature, The Missouri Review, September 14, 2015. 

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PUBLICATIONS – ALUMNI

Jessica Barksdale (2015) Fiction: “Caught,” Buffalo Almanack, Issue 8, June 2015.

Bill Capossere (2010) Essay: “Chess Piece,” Brief Encounters: A Collection of Contemporary Nonfiction, November 2015. Book Review: “Purposeful Motion: Review of Sven Birkerts’s Changing the Subject, Los Angeles Review of Books, October 4, 2015.

Tom Cantwell (2014) Fiction:McKenzie Water,” American Literary Review, Fall 2015.

Nancy Canyon (2007) Poetry: “Name the Vapor” and “Take a Closer Look,” Clover, A Literary Rag, Summer 2015. Personal Essay: “Anvil Cloud,” Adanna Literary Journal, Summer 2015.

Kate Carroll de Gutes (2010) Nonfiction: “The Wardrobe Series,” Brief Encounters: A Collection of Contemporary Nonfiction, November 2015; “Learning to be on the Page: The Generosity and Insight of Judith Kitchen,” Fourth Genre, Fall 2015.

Barbara Finkelstein (2009) Poetry: “Return to Sinkyone,” West Marin Review, Vol. 6, 2015.

Kari Fisher (2014) Poetry: “After Court,” Clementine Poetry Journal, September 2015.

Nancy Geyer (2013) Micro Essay: “Umbrellas,” Brief Encounters: A Collection of Contemporary Nonfiction, November 2015.

Jennie Goode (2014) Craft Essay: “A Picture’s Worth: Learning from Looking at Photographs with Judith Kitchen,” Brevity, Issue 50, Fall 2015.

Jeb Harrison (2015) Fiction: “Insolence,” Cease, Cows, October 2015.

Katrina Hays (2010) Essay: To Jim, from Fiji,” Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian ThoughtFall 2015.

Alicia Hoffman (2015) Poetry: “Matryoshka,” One Throne Magazine, Fall 2015; “Since As I Lay Dying,” Amethyst Arsenic, Fall 2015.

Jill McCabe Johnson (2008) Nonfiction: “Borderlines,” Sweet: A Literary Confection, Fall/Winter 2015.

Jean A. Kingsley (2008) Poetry: “Face,” Poetry Quarterly, Fall 2015; “Lunation,” Cumberland River Review, Fall 2015; “Buckroe Beach (2)” and “Signature,” Penwood Review, Fall 2015.

Adrian Koesters (2007) Nonfiction: “Because I Said So: Language Creation in Memoir” in Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies 2.1, Fall 2015. 

Lita Kurth (2009) Poem: “Red vs. Blue,” Gyroscope Review, Fall 2015. Flash Fiction: “The Bride,” TrashFictionMag, August, 2015.

Paula MacKay (2015) Essay: “My Sister’s Shoes” (excerpt read at the 2015 graduate readings), Siblings: Our First Macrocosm, A Wising Up Anthology, 2015.

Anne McDuffie (2007) Poetry: “Branch,” Signs of Life: Contemporary Jewelry Art and Literature, 2015, Book Reviews: Ongoingness: The End of a Diary by Sarah Manguso, Colorado Review, September 2015, The Year of Perfect Happiness by Becky Adnot-Haynes, October 2015.

Warren Read (2015) Fiction: “The Light Lacing of Sage” (first chapter of thesis), Sliver of Stone Magazine, October 2015; “On the Edge of Black Lake,” Inklette Magazine, November 2015; “Clouds of East Danford,” Switchback, Fall 2015.

Christine Robbins (2012) Poetry: “Immigrant,” Barrow Street, Winter 2015-16; “Vanishing Point at Willapa Bay,” The Georgia Review, Fall 2015.

Lois Rosen (2010) Poetry Book: Nice and Loud, Tebot Bach, 2015. Poetry:  “Epithalamion (27 Years Later),” Jewish Women’s Literary Annual, Fall 2015; “Of All Times, Our Hero’s Away Dancing,” New Verse News, October 6, 2015; “Aurelia Aurita, Moon Jelly,” She Holds the Face of the World10 Years of VoiceCatcher, October 2015. Fiction: “Out of the Question,” Poetica, Summer 2015.

Michael Schmeltzer (2007) Poetry Chapbook: Elegy/Elk River, Floating Bridge Press, 2015.

Kristy Webster (2009) Poetry: “Hysterectomy,” Mothers Always Write, September/Fall 2015.  Fiction: The Gift of an Imaginary Girl: Coco and Other Stories, A Word with You Press, September 2015. 

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PUBLICATIONS – FACULTY

David Huddle, Poetry Collection: Dream Sender, LSU Press, September 2015. Poem: Between Ms. Hicks & Her Body,” Los Angeles Review of Books. Essay: “The Singular Voice of Flannery O’Connor,” Flannery O’Connor Review, Volume 13, 2015. Fiction: “Golden Gloves,” The Georgia Review, Volume LXIX, Number 2, Summer 2015.

Dinah Lenney, Nonfiction: “Like One of Those Songs That You Can’t Get Out of Your Head,” Fourth Genre, Fall 2015; “Into the Wild, on H is for Hawk,” Los Angeles Review of Books, August 5th, 2015; Brief Encounters: A Collection of Contemporary Nonfiction (edited with Judith Kitchen)W.W. Norton, November 2015.

Rebecca McClanahan, Essay:Advance Directive to my Future Roommate at a Yet-to-be-Named Care Facility,” Brevity, Issue 50, Fall 2015.

Brenda Miller, Creative Nonfiction: Who You Will Become (prose chapbook), Shebooks Press; “Considering Judith Kitchen,” Fourth Genre, Fall 2015; “Swerve,” in Brief Encounters: A Collection of Contemporary Creative Nonfiction, W.W. Norton, 2015.

Lia Purpura, Poetry Collection: It Shouldn’t Have Been Beautiful, Penguin/Viking, 2015.

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