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Elisabeth Houston in The Feminist Wire

“You Call It Desire, I Call It Sin,” by Elisabeth Houston (Poetry 2011), has been printed on The Feminist Wire. The Feminist Wire’s Poem Suites “bring together the voices of emerging and established poets exploring a common theme.”  In this Poem Suite, “four poets consider the world of objects and materiality, and the place of […]

Laura Marris has won a 2013 New England Poetry Club Daniel Varoujan Award

“Night Palace,” a poem by Laura Marris (Poetry 2013) is a winner of the 2013 New England Poetry Club Daniel Varoujan Award, judged by Aaron Poochigian. According to the New England Poetry Club’s website, the prize “is in honor of Daniel Varoujan, a poet killed by the Turks in the genocide which destroyed three-fourths of […]

Anthony Wallace awarded a Pushcart Prize Special Mention

“In a Room With Rothko,” an essay by Anthony Wallace (Fiction 1999) that originally appeared in The Arts Fuse, has been awarded a Pushcart Prize Special Mention in Pushcart Prize XXXVIII: Best of the Small Presses (Norton & Co, 2013). The Arts Fuse, which is an e-journal of arts criticism, describes the essay as “a […]

Tara Skurtu in the minnesota review

Tara Skurtu (Poetry 2013), who has just returned from her journey to Romania as a Robert Pinsky Global Fellow, has been published in the minnesota review. Her piece “Morning Love Poem” is available to read online. Tara Skurtu’s poems appear in Poetry Review, Hanging Loose, Salamander, Poet Lore, The Los Angeles Review, Hiram Poetry Review, […]

Publication News for Dariel Suarez

A story by Dariel Suarez (Fiction 2012), “The Comforter,” about a mental hospital in Havana where patients die when a cold front comes through, has been accepted for publication in the Southern Humanities Review and will appear in print in the next few months. Dariel also has work forthcoming in Prairie Schooner and The Florida […]

Ani Gjika’s poetry in Fishouse

A number of poems by Ani Gjika (Poetry 2010) have just been featured on Fishousepoems.org, an online audio archive of emerging poets. Her translations will also appear there, under this page, sometime in the next few days. Congratulations, Ani! Fishouse also features an audio question-and-answer section with Ani. In one of the questions for the […]

New publications for Leah Griesmann

Leah Griesmann (Fiction 2005) spent the summer in Berlin, Germany, where she received a DAAD grant in fiction to research her next writing project. DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service, is the German national agency for the support of international academic cooperation. Leah’s story “Stardust” is forthcoming in PEN Center USA’s The Rattling Wall. She […]

Tonight: Writers at the Black Box

Please join our MFA students for the first Black Box reading of the year, tonight at 7pm at the Dugout! The Black Box series is a student-run reading series, sponsored by the Creative Writing MFA students.

Abriana Jetté features three more BU poets on StayThirsty

Abriana Jetté (Poetry 2012) has posted a second installment of “Emerging Poets” on StayThirsty.com, featuring three BU MFA alumni: Megan Fernandes (Poetry 2012), Lisa Hiton (Poetry 2011), and Rebekah Stout (Poetry 2010). The article also features Jonathan Escoffery, who teaches Creative Writing at the University of Minnesota. To read Abriana’s essay, visit http://www.staythirstymedia.com/201310-082/html/201310-jette-intellect-image.html Abriana Jetté […]

Tara Skurtu invited to read at the University of Transylvania

More good news from our Global Fellow in Romania, Tara Skurtu (Poetry 2013). Tara has been invited by the Romanian poet Andrei Bodiu to read poetry and discuss creative writing with students at the University of Transylvania in Brasov today, Monday, October 7th. Congratulations, Tara! Tara Skurtu (Poetry 2013)’s poems appear in Poetry Review, Hanging […]