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Alum Chad Meadows “Trivia Barker Can’t Lose” Featured via TLR SHARE

"One night my mom and dad were arguing over Bob Barker," writes Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA alum Chad Meadows. The Literary Review showcases Chad Meadows' short story, "Trivia Barker Can't Lose," via their weekly TLR SHARES. This short story was originally published by Crack the Spine. Chad Meadows lives in...

25 Mar 2016 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Alumni Profiles, publications, Worth Reading no comments

FDU MFA Faculty & TLR Editor Minna Proctor Moderates Translation Panel at ALTA

ALTA38: Reviewing Translation, 10/29/2015 A panel of reviewers and magazine editors discuss the processes behind whether or not a book in translation gets reviewed and some of the complications in reviewing international literature. They share practical solutions for improving the chances of getting a title reviewed,...

02 Dec 2015 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Faculty Advice, faculty news, Video, Worth Watching no comments

Spotlight on Jen Werner’s WRITERLY STATES, New Author Interview Series

Rachel Sherman with introduces alum Jen Werner's WRITERLY STATES: Writerly States is a new video series in which authors are interviewed and filmed about their writing process. Beautifully shot, edited and produced by founder Jen Werner, this series has featured writers such as Donna Freitas, Diane Mehta, Erika Anderson, Michael Morse, Eliot...

01 Nov 2015 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Alumni Profiles, Worth Reading no comments

Father, Child, Water by Gary Dop Reviewed by MFA Alum Timothy Lindner for TLR

Timothy Lindner is an MFA graduate from Fairleigh Dickinson University who currently works as the Planning & Resourcing Specialist within Content Management for John Wiley & Sons, Inc.   Recently he reviewed Father, Child, Water by poet Gary Dop for The Literary Review. Timothy opens the review: My...

19 Oct 2015 Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Alumni Profiles, Book Reviews, publications, Worth Reading no comments