- This blog is created by and for students in the Creative Writing program at Rutgers University - Newark. It does not necessarily represent the views of the University and should be read with that independence in mind. If you would like to find our more about the MFA program itself, feel free to visit http://mfa.newark.rutgers.edu.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Writers at Newark tomorrow, Tuesday, 2/28, features Marie Howe and Monica Youn! The reading starts at 5:30 (as usual) at the Paul Robeson Gallery. MFA students–the reception starts at 4:30! Advertisements
Ly Chheng (fiction), Priscilla Mainardi (fiction), and Nicole Homer (poetry) will read at our next installment of the Rutgers-Newark MFA Reading Series at the KGB Bar, this Saturday, Feb. 25 at 7 PM. Come and bring family, friends, and loved … Continue reading
Article about Portuguese American writers, including RN-MFA alum Paula Neves, reading and holding a forum at AWP 2012: http://portuguese-american-journal.com/pa-authors-meet-at-kale-soup-for-the-soul-forum%E2%80%93-chicago-ill/
Max Gray (1st-year fiction) has a non-fiction essay, “No Stranger,” in Jelly Bucket magazine, out of Eastern Kentucky U. Pick up a copy at your local Barnes & Nobel, and check out Jelly Bucket’s page at http://www.english.eku.edu/mfa/JB.php where Max is listed as … Continue reading
Our Feb 14th Valentine’s Day MFA Student Reading at the Coffee Cave features 2nd-year poet Roberto Santiago, first-year fiction writer Iris Ortiz, and 1st-year fiction writer Tim Garrett. Do bring friends and significant others for a great start to Valentine’s … Continue reading
Aaron Michael Kline (1st year poet) has a poem, “Captain Hook I,” in the inaugural issue of Mad Rush Magazine. Here are a couple of links to the magazine’s website! http://madrushmag.wordpress.com/ http://madrushmag.wordpress.com/issues/
Priscilla Mainardi (3rd year fiction) has a story, “Glass Half Full,” appears on Nurse.com and in the January 23 print version of Nursing Spectrum! Read it online here!