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MFA Alum Heather Lang’s Anthology Featured in the Las Vegas Review Journal

Witness off-duty Elvis, Miss Atomic at home & words as trapeze artists. Explore ghosts in the ecotone, hasty breakups & why reproduction has so many o’s. Discover the saltshaker that’s buried in the microwave, a sci-fi spacesuit’s metallic silver & that desert bone. Edited &…

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FDU MFA Translation Faculty Idra Novey Wins 2017 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature

MFA Literary Translation faulty member Idra Novey has won the $100,000 2017 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature! Read more at the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.  Idra Novey is the author of the debut novel Ways to Disappear, winner of the 2016 Brooklyn Eagles Prize and a New York Times…

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05 May 2017 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Awards, Books, Current News, Faculty Books, faculty news, publications no comments

Natalie Cannon’s Story Published in Warrior

In Warrior: A Collection of Short Stories, facing aliens, demons, curses and armies, twelve unstoppable heroes must find the strength to defeat their enemies with wit, weapon and a warrior’s heart. These short stories all feature heroes who identify within the LGBTQIA spectrum. In MFA candidate Natalie…

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27 Apr 2017 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Books, Worth Reading no comments

Colorado Review Reviews MFA Faculty H. L. Hix’s American Anger

Scott Wordsman, at the Colorado Review, writes the following about FDU MFA Poetry and Literary Translation faculty member H. L. Hix’s American Anger: “What makes this piece satisfying and rhetorically successful extends beyond Hix’s diction and wit; what flatters is the poet’s unerring command over his subject…

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22 Apr 2017 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Book Reviews, Books, Faculty Books, faculty news no comments