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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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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 Cannon's...

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

Mused Publishes FDU MFA Alum Kitta MacPherson’s Essay, “Son of Memory”

Mused: The BellaOnline Literary Review Magazine has published FDU MFA alum Kitta MacPherson's literary nonfiction essay, "Son of Memory." Here's an excerpt: Sister Vianney brushed the white banded frontpiece of her starched nun’s habit, as if it pained her. “Come up here,” she said. The tall, skinny boy...

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24 Sep 2016 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Alumni Profiles, publications, Worth Reading no comments

FDU Almuni & NAACP Image Award Nominee Nina Foxx Tackles Teen Dating Violence

New Book Announcement: FDU Almuni and NAACP Image Award Nominee Nina Foxx Tackles Teen Dating Violence & Date Rape in And You’d Better Not Tell -77% of Teens who experience dating violence never talk about it. National Coalition Against Domestic Violence www.ncadv.org   August 28, 2016 (Seattle, WA)- Nina...

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14 Sep 2016 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Alumni Profiles, publications, Worth Reading no comments