Icarus Down Review publishes FDU MFA Student Elizabeth Jaeger’s Essay

Icarus Down Review publishes FDU MFA Student Elizabeth Jaeger’s Essay

Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in publications, Worth Reading

Icarus Down Review published FDU MFA student Elizabeth Jaeger’s essay, “Nature’s Voice.”
Elizabeth writes, “Spellbound, I watched as the thick liquid seeped down the shadowed mound. Above, storm clouds had given way to a sea of stars that framed the eruption in glittering gold.”

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Elizabeth shared the following with us:
My favorite part of the residencies is the generative workshops. I’ve always enjoyed the challenge of writing something different. I would like to thank Icarus Down Review for publishing the essay “Nature’s Voice” which I wrote during my first residency after Minna’s wonderful associative essay workshop.
About the author:
Elizabeth Jaeger is currently finishing up an MFA degree in creative writing at Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is an assistant editor at The Literary Review and her work has been published in the Linden Avenue Literary Journal, Atticus Review, and Literary Explorer. An essay of hers has been featured on the podcast No You Tell It.
About Icarus Down Review’s Editor-in-Chief:

Amanda Isabel Ramirez is a student in Fairleigh Dickinson University’s MFA program. She is also the Assistant Online Editor for The Literary Review, the Founder of Icarus Down Review, and works part-time at a Barnes & Noble. She has dreams of petting every dog in the world.

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