MFA in Creative Writing Reading LitCrawl SF 2014

Saint Mary's MFA in Creative Writing is holding an Alumni Reading event at this year's LitCrawl SF.

Featuring Joshua Braff (fiction, 1997), Lily Brown (poetry, 2007), Rashaan Alexis Meneses (fiction, 2006), Robert Andrew Perez (poetry, 2011), and Susan Sasson (creative nonfiction, 2011).

Bay Blends Coffee & Tea (1905 Mission Street), 6pm-7pm.

Novel by MFA Alum Garnering Rave Reviews

Gutenberg's Apprentice, HarperCollinsGutenberg's Apprentice, a novel by Alix Christie (MFA, fiction, 1999), has been garnering rave reviews since its publication in late Septemb

The Rumpus features a poem by Matthew Zapruder for National Poetry Month


NATIONAL POETRY MONTH DAY 27: “PRODIGAL ELECTRONS RETURN TO SHINE” BY MATTHEW ZAPRUDER

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Prodigal Electrons Return to Shine

Lysley Tenorio Is the Standard's East Village Hotel's First Writer in Residence

It has been a long time since the average struggling novelist could afford to live and work in downtown Manhattan.

Earlier this year, Lucy McIntyre, vice president of marketing for the Standard hotels, and Lorin Stein, editor of the literary magazine Paris Review, were lamenting this state of affairs—"what a fantasy it would be," Mr. Stein said, "to have the time and the means to just write in a hotel."

Poet Matthew Zapruder joins the MFA and English Department Faculty

Dear Saint Mary's community,
The MFA Program is pleased to announce that poet Matthew Zapruder has accepted a position in the English Department at Saint Mary’s College. Poets currently in the program will be working with Matthewin Craft of Poetry this spring; he will begin his fulltime appointment in the fall, 2013, when he will be teaching the Workshop in Poetry.

Composition Colloquium

Date & Time 
Mon, 03/04/2013 - 10:00 to 16:00

The Composition Program in conjunction with the MFA program will offer a day-long Composition Colloquium to all composition faculty, teaching fellows, interested current MFA graduate students, and alumni.  For those of you interested in teaching this is a great professional development opportunity you won't want to miss

Tenorio’s Provocative Short Stories Cast Light on Economic Disparities, Immigrant Experience

Lysley Tenorio’s debut collection of short stories, Monstress, has drawn widespread acclaim, with glowing reviews by the Los Angeles Times, the Paris Review and NPR, among others.

"TV Storytelling: Using Your Creativity for the Small Screen."

Date & Time 
Mon, 02/13/2012 - 16:00 to 18:00

Emilia Serrano (Communication, 1995) describes herself as "a first-generation, tomboy Mexican with pretty hair. My parents were auto workers and our Mexican culture was embedded in our everyday life, even when we moved from the East Bay to the Midwest. We were the only Mexican family in our town. That was crazy. Only much later did I realize I had a great place to mine stories." After she started a career in advertising, friends in the television business encouraged her to mine those family stories for material.

Sabbatical Presentations

Date & Time 
Wed, 11/30/2011 - 12:30 to 14:00

Elena Escalera, Associate Professor of Psychology, "Working With Natural Language Databases: "The Story of Peahead"

Graham Foust, Associate Professor of English, "Translating Ernst Meister"

Light refreshments will be served.

Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development and Scholarship

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