2021-2022 News

Molly Beckwith (PhD in progress) has a short story forthcoming in Copper Nickel.

Su Cho (PhD, 2021) will join the English Department faculty at Clemson University as an assistant professor in the fall of 2022.

Henri Cole (MA, 1978) has a poem, “Winter Solstice,” which appeared in December 2021’s New Yorker.

Anthony Correale‘s story, “It Is a Circle, Never Broken,” is forthcoming in The Journal.

RS Deeren (PhD, 2022) will join the Department of Languages and Literature faculty at Austin Peay State University as an assistant professor in the fall of 2022.

Danielle Harms (PhD in progress) has two publications out right now, one in Conjunctions and another in The Offing.

Lee Hodge (PhD in progress) had her chapbook accepted for publication in the summer of 2022 by Dancing Girl Press in Chicago.

Elizabeth Hoover (PhD, 2022) will join the Webster University faculty as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Creative Writing this fall.

Canese Jarboe (PhD in progress) will have a mini-chapbook forthcoming in Spring 2022 with Foundlings Press as part of Strays Pack 6 with D.A. Powell and Noah Falck, as well as two poems in Southeast Review 40.1 in Spring 2022.

Ae Hee Lee (PhD, 2021) is the winner of the Tupelo Press 2022 Dorset Prize for Asterism! Ae Hee will receive a $3,000 cash prize and a week-long residency at MASS MoCA worth $1,500 in addition to publication by Tupelo Press, 20 copies of the winning title, a book launch, and national distribution of her book.

Molly Magestrro (PhD, 2011) is Faculty Association President at Miles Community College in Miles City, Montana, and was named a Montana University System Teaching Scholar in 2021.

Beatrice Szymkowiak (PhD in progress) has published an interview with poet Brenda Iijima in the online Journal Under a Warm Green Lindenhttps://www.greenlindenpress.com/interviews-and-reviews#/brenda-iijima/ and has an article, “Against the Typography of Colonization,” forthcoming in the February 2022 issue of the Writer’s Chronicle (AWP magazine). 

Syd Vinyard (BA in progress), editor-in-chief of UWM’s award-winning undergraduate literary magazine Furrow, published their debut creative nonfiction piece, “Broadway Night,” in Ayaskala Magazine.