MFA in Creative Writing Alumni

Recent graduates and current students have published work in the New Yorker, Harpers, and the Kenyon Review, and have appeared in the Washington Post and on Good Morning America. They are NEA Fellows, Jerome Hill Fellows, and Tin House Fellows. They have won the Kirkus Prize for fiction, the National Poetry Series, the Split/Lip Turnbuckle Chapbook prize, and have had work listed among the best books of the year by NPR. They run magazines and literary organizations. They've gone on to to take teaching positions at major universities, in MFA programs, and at colleges across the country. 

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Pictured: just a few of the books by our alumni.