A version of alum Heather Lang's MFA Craft & Form Essay was published by Berfrois: The Sounds of Visual Orchestration: An Exploration of Fiona Sampson’s Common Prayer and Sarah Morgan’s Animal Ballistics. Heather studied under poet and mentor Kathleen Graber during her Craft & Form module.
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FDU MFA faculty member Ellen Akins reviews Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by Salman Rushdie at the Star Tribune.
There are monsters who slip through wormholes, or slits between worlds; there are battles and set pieces, in Fairyland and on Earth; there are sometimes... READ MORE
"That’s the possible variation of Stephen Hawking’s doomsday scenario, not nearly as cataclysmic, but rather a chipping away at human work roles until many people will have fewer and fewer occupational functions."
Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA Faculty Member Walter Cummins writes on the topic Will Robots Displace Human... READ MORE
Tracey Michae'l Lewis-Giggetts' Black characters are still revolutionary: writers talk about the complexity of race was recently published at The Guardian.
"Is success defined only by whether black writers write about race? Or, is there room for a diversity of stories that don’t necessarily align with race issues?"
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"I WORK IN A SILENT ROOM. A fact that I realize is rare and precious."
-- FDU MFA faculty member Rebecca Chace opens her essay, Silent Room, a feature article from the Los Angeles Review of Books' Quarterly Journal: Spring 2015 edition.
Rebecca Chace is the author of Leaving Rock Harbor (novel), Capture the... READ MORE
This weekend's "Bookends" in the "NYTBR" prompted FDU MFA faculty Ellen Akins to go back and look at many takes on the topic of literary difficulty from the last few years, all linked in her post of samples (of Zoe Heller, Leslie Jamison, Christine... READ MORE
Recently, FDU MFA faculty Renee Ashley was featured in Petite Hound Press, which was founded and edited by poetry alumni Letisia Cruz and Heather Lang. Petite Hound Press ISSUE 11 features Ashley's poem, "And Taken"; visual art by Ira Joel Haber; and an interview with Renee Ashley.... READ MORE