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This winter Simon Wolf (MFA, 2022) will offer Place Based Poetics: Writing with the Duwamish River, a workshop through Hugo House, an essential literary community in Seattle.
Issue 13 of Occulum, an online journal of "prose, poetry, and other peculiarities," features the poem "molasses traps" by second-year MFA student Alysa Levi-D’Ancona (she/her).
On October 9th 2022, MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics alum Nicole McCarthy (MFA 2017) was the keynote speaker for the Greater Gig Harbor Poetry Festival where she red from her new book, The Summoning.
An excerpt from Borsuk's _The Book_ appeared this week on The MIT Press Reader, a website devoted to accessible scholarship drawn from the Press's expansive catalog.
University of Washington Bothell professor and economics expert, S. Charusheela was the featured guest at the annual Mirror Stage Activism Brunch in North Seattle this past weekend.