Monthly Archives: September 2010

Maia Rauschenberg published in Passages North

New verse by alumna Maia Rauschenberg (Poetry ’09) has been published in the Winter/Spring 2010 issue of Passages North, a literary magazine published at Northern Michigan University. * Following her graduate, Maia spent several months in Patagonia as the recipient of a Robert Pinsky Global Fellowship for travel related to her creative writing. She blogged […]

Jessica Treadway wins the Flannery O’Connor Short Fiction Award

One of our alumni, Jessica Treadway, has won the 2010 Flannery O’Connor Short Fiction award for her short story collection,┬áPlease Come Back To Me. The book is to be published this month (September 2010) by the University of Georgia Press. ┬áJessica graduated from BU’s Creative Writing program in Fiction in 2002. She’s the author of […]

Kathleen Foster published in Fifty-Two Stories

Two of Kathleen Foster’s stories, “The Loveliest Children” and “The Teahouse of the Almighty,” were published this summer online in Fifty-Two Stories, “a fiction delivery service of Harper Perennial.” Kathleen is a recent graduate of the MFA program in Fiction. Her work is now in the July archive of Fifty-Two Stories. Link to the stories […]