Alumni Testimonials

  • Siavash Saadlou MFA Fiction '17

    Freelance writer/editor

    Check out Siavash Saadlou's article with PRI as well as their short story published by Margins at Asian American Writers' Workshop
  • Victoria Hudson, MFA Creative Nonfiction '08

    Vicki Hudson (Nonfiction '08) is featured in an SMC Alumna Spotlight! Check it out at https://tinyurl.com/y7j4ppnw
  • Andrew Demcak, MFA Poetry '97

    Librarian II, Reference Services, Oakland Public Library

    Andrew's chapbook, Cryptopedia, is a finalist in the 2017's Gloria E. Anzaldua Poetry Prize!
  • Rashaan Alexis Meneses, MFA Fiction '06

    Join Rashaan Alexis Meneses at the Lone Glen: Writers who Parent / Parents who Write reading series hosted by TAC: Temescal Art Center on November 4th, at 8 pm.
  • Sara Mumolo, MFA Poetry '09

    MFA Program Manager at Saint Mary's College of California

    Join Sara Mumolo at the Lone Glen: Writers who Parent / Parents who Write reading series hosted by TAC: Temescal Art Center on November 4th, at 8 pm. This week in the PEN Poetry Series, PEN America features a poem by Sara Mumolo. - See more at: http...
  • Sarah Louise Garrido, MFA Poetry '10

    Senior Associate Copywriter for Workday

    Sarah Louise Garrido has a poem feautred in Zócalo Public Square titled "The Beginning of the End"
  • Angela Hume, MFA Poetry '08

    More Angela Hume (Poetry '08) is reading October 27th, 2017 at E.M Wolfman in Oakland from 8-10pm.
  • Amber Parker, MFA Nonfiction '13

    Alumna Amber Parker​'s (creative nonfiction '13) essay, "Greyhound People," is featured in The Flexible Persona​ literary magazine. Download a free copy of the issue here. 
  • Mary Cisper, MFA Poetry '15

    Check out alumna Mary Cisper's (Poetry '15) interview "Open a Cocoon: An Interview with Mary Cisper" with Karin Cecile Davidson from Newfound!
  • Risa Nye, MFA Creative Nonfiction '11

    Join alumna Risa Nye, Writer (Nonfiction '11) for a panel discussion and reading of her book "There Was A Fire Here" at Montclair Presbyterian Church October 23rd.

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