Our writing community is like no other. We build each other up, celebrate successes and enthusiastically welcome new members into our program. Recent successes we're celebrating include:
2015 Man Booker Prize Winner for A Brief History of Seven Killings. Read more about his win.
Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night was named a 2014 "Top 10 Best Summer Read" by Publishers Weekly.
The Rebel Wife was a "Top Ten Pick for February 2012" by O, The Oprah Magazine.
2015 PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction - Longlisted for Time of the Locust.
2016 Nashville Film Festival Family/Animated Screenplay Competition Winner for Fridge Mates. Read more about her win.
Fanelli's poem, Raking Leaves, was featured on NPR's The Writer's Almanac and read by Garrison Keillor. Hear it now.
D'Amico's screenplay was optioned by Hollywood producers, Susan Cartsonis, Suzanne Farwell and Brent Emery.
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10th Anniversary Celebration Program
Relive the excitement of our 10th Anniversary Celebration and more including:
- Program History
- Program Faculty, Staff & Advisory Board Information
- Cohort Lists