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December 2008

Liz Ahl’s chapbook, A Thirst That’s Partly Mine, won the 2008 Slapering Hol Press chapbook competition and has been published in a handbound/numbered edition of 500. She is currently Associate Professor and Chair of the English Department at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. (MFA 1995)

Pitt faculty member Jeanne Marie Laskas appeared on WNYC’s Leonard Lopate Show, talking about the changes in the world of magazine publishing and what effects, if any, are being felt in graduate creative writing programs. Listen in.

Gregory Lawless’s debut book of poems, I Thought I was New Here, will be published by BlazeVOX in 2009. (B.A. 2001)

Ashleigh Pederson (M.F.A 2009) had a story accepted at The Iowa Review. "Small and Heavy World" will appear in the August 2009 issue.

The English translation of Horacio Castellanos Moya’s Senselessness made NPR’s Best Foreign Fiction of 2008 list!

"Hunters," a short story by Eugene Cross (MFA 2005), is out in Hobart.

 

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