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Virtual Reading Event by Novelist Brandon Hobson
Brandon Hobson, thes 2020-21 Walton Visiting Writer in Fiction, will give a virtual reading at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25, in collaboration with the program and the Fayetteville Public Library.
Creative Writing M.F.A. Student Launches Literary Magazine
Samantha Campbell, a first-year M.F.A. student in fiction writing in the Program in Creative Writing and Translation has co-founded Black Moon Magazine, an online literary arts journal featuring fiction and poetry.
The Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine Extends Submission Deadline for Issue 3
The Diamond Line undergraduate literary magazine is seeking submissions of poetry, visual art, prose, creative nonfiction and drama for Issue 3. The deadline for submissions has been extended to March 5.
Claire Hutchinson's '12 Zines' on Display in Gearhart Hall
Hutchinson, a senior honors creative writing and classical studies major, merges the artistic with the poetic in her exhibition of zines.
Creative Writing M.F.A. Student Awarded Prestigious Literary Grant
Alys Dutton, a third-year M.F.A. student in fiction writing, has been awarded a prestigious research and writing grant from the Elizabeth George Foundation.
English Graduate Student Publishes Horror Novel
In January, English M.A. student Christopher Farris will publish a new horror novel, The Fountain, which is set in the Ozarks.
The Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Journal Releases Issue 2, Seeks Submissions for Issue 3
Issue 2 of The Diamond Line, produced by Literary Magazine Production class, features poetry, artwork and fiction submitted by U of A undergraduate students.
Creative Writing and Translation Alumni and Graduate Students Receive Artists 360 Awards
Alumni recipients of grants include Joy Clark and Vicente Yépez, and students include two poets, Hiba Tabir and Emma VanDyke.
Virtual Reading Event by Literary Translator and Poet A.E. Stallings
Literary translator and poet A.E. Stallings, the 2020-21 Walton Visiting Writer in Translation, will give a virtual reading at 7 p.m. Wednesday in a collaboration with the U of A and Fayetteville Public Library.
4th Annual Poetry Festival Brings Celebrated Poets to Northwest Arkansas Oct 30-31
The Open Mouth Reading Series invites poetry lovers from all walks of life to attend a series of virtual readings and workshops Oct. 30 and 31 as part of the fourth annual Open Mouth Poetry Festival.