See a full list of Matthew’s publications on his website. Mike is also a poetry and art editor for Marathon Literary Review.
He is 1/3 of the podcast book.record.beer, a podcast of writer-musicians who talk art and cut a track.
His short work has appeared in Smokelong Quarterly, Litro NY, Philadelphia Stories, The Molotov Cocktail, and other fine publications.
She is the author of five collections of poetry and conducts ethnography on African immigrants in Sicily. He lives with a patient wife and too many typewriters. in Creative Writing from Arcadia University and a B. In her free time, she volunteers as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County.
Matthew is one of the founding editors and current editor-in-chief of Third Point Press, and works as a copywriter for a business to business ad agency. She lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with her husband and cat.
After graduating from Arcadia’s MFA program, Francis Daulerio published explores the processes of healing and recovery following loss, and has been called “beautiful thoughts from a quiet head” by Atlantic Records.
See a full list of Francis’s publications at his website. Michelle Reale (MFA ’16) Michelle Reale is an Assistant Professor at Arcadia University. Her collection Matthew Kabik (MFA ’13) lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and uses the people and places around the region as a backdrop for his stories. During the summer, she was appointed as a trustee for her township library board.
Many of Tianna's articles were published at the beginning of this year in Abi Putnam (MFA ’17) won honorable mention in Literary Magazine Glimmer Train’s 2015 Emerging Writer’s contest for her short story, “Committed”.
She is looking forward to sending out more of her sort stories for publication in the next few years.
degree in Creative Writing, with a focus on either fiction or poetry. The curriculum includes special topics classes in creative writing, courses in the craft of fiction and poetry, humanities and arts electives, and a creative thesis in the second year.
Students engage in the historical and formal study of the genres of fiction and poetry by choosing from a selection of graduate courses in English and American literature.