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Three Alumni Honored by National Book Foundation
September 24, 2020

The National Book Foundation announced the 2020 National Book Award longlist last week, naming alumna Mei-mei Berssenbrugge '73 in the Poetry category for her book A Treatise on Stars (New Editions, 2020) and alumnus Frank B.

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Chris Molnar ’18 and Etan Nechin ’19 Publish 'Unpublishable,' Launch New Press
September 14, 2020

Molnar cited Adjunct Associate Professor Elissa Schappell as a huge source of support behind Archway Editions.

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Letters for Peace (LFP) by Current Student Raffi Joe Wartanian Moves Online, Publishes Collection
August 11, 2020

The letters were translated into English, Հայերեն, and Azərbaycanca.

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Writing Alumnus Matthew van Meter '16 Releases Debut Book 'Deep Delta Justice'
July 30, 2020

The book has received praise for its character-driven narrative and extensive research and especially for its timeliness.

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Alumna Kate Greene '20 Releases Debut Memoir 'Once Upon a Time I Lived on Mars'
July 20, 2020

Dawn Lowe-Wincentsen of Library Journal writes, “VERDICT.

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Writers in Collaboration: A Model Writer
June 15, 2020

Representation is a major concern for Scalesse and the focus of her efforts.

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'The Change: My Great American, Postindustrial, Midlife Crisis Tour' by Lori Soderlind
June 11, 2020

This book also received praise from Lucy Jane Bledsoe, author of Lava Falls, who writes, “Every good story is about longing, and Soderlind's The Change plunges into that aching universe from the first page.

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Recent Graduate Orla Tinsley '20 Shares Gratitude for the New Life that Columbia Gave Her
May 20, 2020

An MFA Writing student remembers the double lung transplant that saved her–and so much more.

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 ‘The Lady’s Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness’ Memoir by Alumna Sarah Ramey '07 Published This Month
March 30, 2020

A baffling illness led alumna Sarah Ramey ’07 into a near two-decade-long medical odyssey constantly frustrated by physicians who did not recognize her symptoms.

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