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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…

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

Philadelphia Stories Publishes FDU MFA Candidate Aminah Abutayeb’s Poetry

This summer, Philadelphia Stories published FDU MFA candidate Aminah Abutayeb’s poem, “The Thing About My Ears Is.” Congratulations, Aminah! She writes: pseudo- sounds mask the noticeable sound—phone rings but just an air conditioner. The worst sound Read more at Philadelphia Stories.  Aminah Abutayeb is a full-time MFA candidate…

08 Jul 2016 Posted by FDU MFA in publications, Worth Reading no comments

FDU MFA Student Anthony Ausiello’s Poetry Published

“Your mother’s upstairs cooking, / the words fall out,” writes Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA student Anthony Ausiello. His first published poem, “Castaway,” appears in the just released “Love & Ensuing Madness” online edition of Rat’s Ass Review. Congratulations, Anthony! Anthony Ausiello is currently pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing-Fiction at Fairleigh…

20 Mar 2016 Posted by FDU MFA in publications, Worth Reading no comments

Alia Luria, FDU MFA Student, Awarded National Indie Excellence Award… & more!

Compendium, by FDU MFA student Alia Luria, was released on May 5, 2015. The novel is available in paperback, ebook and audiobook formats. Since its release, Compendium has received the following honors:                    + 2015 Readers’ Favorite Silver Medalist in Fantasy – General                    + 2015…

22 Jan 2016 Posted by FDU MFA in Awards, Books, publications, Worth Reading no comments