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March 2016

Alum Chad Meadows “Trivia Barker Can’t Lose” Featured via TLR SHARE

“One night my mom and dad were arguing over Bob Barker,” writes Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA alum Chad Meadows. The Literary Review showcases Chad Meadows’ short story, “Trivia Barker Can’t Lose,” via their weekly TLR SHARES. This short story was originally published by Crack the Spine. Chad Meadows lives…

25 Mar 2016 Posted by FDU MFA in Alumni Profiles, publications, Worth Reading no comments

FDU MFA Alum Heather Lang to Moderate AWP16 Panel

One by One: Editors Explore Single-Story and Single-Poem Issues Heather Lang, Elizabeth Bradfield, MRB Chelko, Jennifer Tappenden, Jane-Rebecca Cannarella There is a submovement in contemporary independent press publication toward single-author issues, and this panel explores the causes and effects. Discussion points may include the vast…


FDU MFA Features YA Faculty Member Coe Booth

The Fairleigh Dickinson University low residency MFA program is thrilled to feature YA faculty member Coe Booth. Coe Booth was born and raised in the Bronx, New York. In 1996 and 1998 respectively, she earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree in psychology, and then began…

21 Mar 2016 Posted by FDU MFA in faculty news no comments