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MFA Alumni Aya Bram and Allison Morton Collaborate on Artist Website

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Aya Bram (MFA '19) and Allison Morton (MFA '17) were friends long before they started their MFAs in Creative Writing & Poetics at UW Bothell. The two met at Ringling College, where they studied the arts and collaborated on films and other projects. After graduation, Morton moved back to Washington to be near family and begin her MFA. The experience was such a positive one ...

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Rebecca Brown’s The Gifts of The Body adapted for theater performance in Japan

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IAS faculty member Rebecca Brown’s 1994 novel, The Gifts of The Body, has been adapted for theater and performed at the Sapporo Cultural Arts Community Center in Sapporo, Japan.  Brown's novel tells the story of a home-care aid who helps people living with AIDS, and ...

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Amaranth Borsuk and Ching-In Chen publish new work in Interim

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IAS faculty members Amaranth Borsuk and Ching-In Chen each have new work in InterimA Journal of Poetry & Poetics 38.4, a special issue guest edited by Ronaldo V. Wilson. Of the issue, Black The [Or] Y: Praxis, Sum UnknownWilson writes:

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MFA alum Cliff Watson Publishes New Media Work

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Cliff Watson (MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics, '21) recently published the piece Storage closet in Finnish web journal Nokturno, a longstanding venue for digital, experimental and cross-disciplinary literature. Watson's video artwork includes a virtual and augmented-reality rendering of a scene from his MFA thesis manuscript, 6-foot Pine, a work of hybrid dramaturgy that tells the love story of ...

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Rebecca Brown publishes You Tell the Stories You Need to Believe

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IAS faculty member Rebecca Brown‘s new book, You Tell the Stories You Need to Believe, will be published in March 2022 by Chatwin. From the publsiher's site: "In her new nonfiction work..."

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