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Alumna Sara Davis '12 To Read from Debut Novel Alongside Professor Hilary Leichter '12
May 21, 2021

Kirkus Reviews also dubbed the novel "Unnervingly good.

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Writing Student Nicole Saldarriaga Shortlisted for Master's Review Winters Short Story Award
May 21, 2021

Nicole Saldarriaga is a second-year student in the Writing Program at Columbia University.

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Alumna Jean Frazier '18 Joins Writing Team for Netflix's ‘Beef’
May 20, 2021

A premiere date has not yet been set for this new series.

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Alumni and Faculty Shortlisted for 2021 CLMP Firecracker Awards
May 18, 2021

The Community of Literary Magazines and Presses recently announced its shortlist for the 2021 Firecracker Awards, given annually "to celebrate books and magazines that make a significant contribution to our literary culture and the publishers that strive to introduce important voices to readers far and wide.

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Alumna Kanya D'Almeida '18 Named Regional Winner for 2021 Commonwealth Short Story Prize
May 12, 2021

D'Almeida's story will now proceed to the final round of judging, and an overall winner of the 2021 Commonwealth Short Story Prize will be announced on June 30th at a virtual awards ceremony.

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Forsyth Harmon '13 Appears in BOMB Magazine's 'A Room with a View' Series
May 6, 2021

The discussion portion of the evening was moderated by BOMB’s managing editor Benjamin Samuel and featured not only questions taken from the audience, but also questions that the three authors had prepared for one another.

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A New Novel Set in Harlem Brings to Life the Bonds Between Mothers and Daughters
May 4, 2021

Adjunct Assistant Professor Morgan Jerkins, known for her powerful nonfiction writing, turns to fiction with Caul Baby.

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'Constellations of Eve' by Abbigail Rosewood '17 Coming Spring 2022
April 30, 2021

In a nonfiction piece titled "The Debt of Love," published by The Southampton Review, Rosewood eloquently discusses the personal preoccupations that led to the writing of Constellations of Eve.

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Aaron Aceves '20 Receives Early Career Provost Fellowship
April 28, 2021

Aceves will spend his time in this three-year program receiving training and mentorship "in all the different dimensions that make an assistant tenure-track professor successful," including building a competitive writing and teaching portfolio, participating in cross-departmental communities of practice for writing and teaching, and developing a network of scholars and faculty.

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