MFA student and alumni publications

Matthew Baker (Class of 2018)

Poetry:

  • "Looking for Traces of My Dead(beat) Father in the Mirror," "Self-portrait as the Wax of Icarus' Wings," "Against ancestry.com" in  Sundog Lit
  • "The Next Generation" in  Sierra Nevada Review
  • "If Not Absolution"; "Grandmother Dead, Then Alive, Then Dead Again" in antiBODY: An Online Anthology of Poetry & Medicine
  • "Putty-white Like My Father's My Skin" in  Swamp Ape Review
  • "What the Surgeon General Doesn't Tell You"; "Tattoo as Echo, as Shade" in  Yemassee Journal
  • "Learning How Not to Fall" in Clover, A Literary Rag
  • "What My Grandmother Didn't Tell Me" in  ELKE: A Little Journal
  • "My birth as ƒ(x)"; "Don't Feel Guilty" and "‘Let's Not Grow Weary" in  The Meadow

Raluca Balasa (class of 2018)

Fiction:

  • "Forty-Flesh Barrier" in  Mad Scientist Journal
  • "Kings and Queens" in  Grimdark Magazine
  • "The Great Divide" in Psychopomp Magazine
  • "Perfect Assassin" in  Aurealis
  • "The First Kill" in  Bewildering Stories
  • "Son of the Dragon" in  Andromeda Spaceways
  • "For the Heart I Never Had" in  Fantasy Scroll Magazine
  • "Keep Moving" in  The Lorelei Signal and Mystic Signals
  • "The Escapist" in  The Danforth Review

Nonfiction:

  • "A Genre of Space" in  The Spectatorial

Poetry:

  • "In This One, the Bird Lives" in  Dark Company II Anthology

Casey Bell (class of 2019)

Fiction:

  • "Wax Palm and Bougainvillea" in New Limestone Review

Andy Butter (class of 2021)

Nonfiction:

  • "The Five Voices of Lake Superior," and "Running for the Love of the Lake,"  nationalgeographic.org

Christina Camarena (Class of 2018)

Fiction:

  • "Baby in a Jar" in Jabberwock Review
  • "In Trump's America" in  Clover, A Literary Rag
  • "Placeholders" in  Palimpsest: Yale Graduate Literary Arts Magazine

Rachel Chimits (Class of 2018)

Fiction:

  • "At the End" in  Dark Company II Anthology
  • "Dead Wings" in  If This Goes On Anthology
  • "Yellow-Banded Spider" in  Speculative City

Linzy Garcia (Class of 2020)

Fiction:

  • Finalist, WOW! Women on Writing Flash Fiction Contest

Molly Gutman (Class of 2018)

Fiction:

  • "Queen Kong" in  My Name Was Never Frankenstein: And Other Adventure Tales Remixed, from Booth
  • "Magenta" in  Fairy Tale Review
  • "You and the Clarinetist" in  Portland Review
  • "The Siren Lady's Handbook" in  Black Warrior Review
  • "Little Green Men" in  Psychopomp Magazine
  • "Little Forks and Little Fists" in  The New Mexico Review

Poetry:

  • "Tiny Worlds" in  The Normal School
  • "Oh" in  Salt Hill
  • "To Starkville, With Love" in  Rust + Moth
  • "Self Portrait as Fable" in  Mid American Review
  • "Dear Girl in the Cactus" in  Hayden's Ferry Review
  • "Kudzu" in  The Pinch

Literary agent:

  • Julia Eagleton, The Gernert Company

Naseem Jamnia (Class of 2021)

Nonfiction:

  • "Inborn Autistic Disturbances of Affective Contact" in  The Rumpus
  • "Uninformed and Uncompensated: Between 23andMe and Ancestry, Who Owns Our Genetic Data?" in  Bitch Media (online), alongside six other pieces for the Writing Fellowship in Technology
  • "Love Removal Machine: The Future of Outsourcing Sex" in  Bitch Media
  • Positive Interactions with At-Risk Children: Approaches to Enhance Your Students' Well-Being, Resilience, and Success, co-written with Mojdeh Bayat (Routledge, 2019)

AnnElise Hatjakes (Class of 2018)

Fiction:

  • "Artifacts Worth Saving" - shortlisted for Green Mountain Review's Neil Shepard Prize in Fiction
  • "Phasing Out" in  Drunk Monkeys
  • "A Division of Labor" in  Juked Online

Isabelle Lang (Class of 2020)

Poetry:

  • "The Veil at the 7-Eleven," in  Pittsburgh Poetry Review
  • "Ariadne Speaks to the Minotaur" & "House Cleaning," in  Rat's Ass Review
  • "But Parallel Universes," in  Beecher's Magazine

Joanne Mallari (Class of 2018)

Poetry:

  • "At the Jelly Donut" in  Crab Orchard Review
  • "Abecedarian on Forgetting", "Bilingual Naiveté" in  Palimpsest
  • "Ode to Videoke" in  The MacGuffin
  • "All Saints Eve" in  Buck Off Magazine
  • "On Windy Hill" in  The Meadow
  • "Laundry Date," "Language Acquisition" (nominated for a Pushcart Prize), "Join the Chorus," "Block by Block," "Imagine the Windows," "The Bigger Picture" in  The Haight Ashbury Literary Journal

Danielle Mayabb (Class of 2020)

Fiction:

  • "People Are Fragile Things, You Should Know by Now" in  Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet No. 35

Brian Rowe (Class of 2018)

Literary agent:

  • Kortney Price, The Corvisiero Agency

Scholarly:

  • "Thornton Wilder, Uncle Charlie, and Homosexuality" in  Thornton Wilder in Collaboration
  • "The Gay YA Movement" in  Southern Pacific Review

Fiction:

  • "Return to Pride" in  Chelsea Station Magazine
  • "The Witches on Floor Fifteen" in  Agnes and True Literary Magazine
  • "Creature Story" in  The Deep Dark Woods Anthology
  • "Final Shot" in  Tincture Journal
  • "Larry's Last Day" in  Fox Cry Review

Poetry:

  • "Hands" in  RoguePoetry
  • "Sally" in  Strong Verse Magazine

Nonfiction:

  • "A Window to Dreams" in  New Mexico Review

Logan Seidl (Class of 2019)

Poetry:

  • "Anxiety" in  After the Pause
  • "Mechanical Marriage" in  By&By Poetry
  • "A Day Inside the Amazon.com Warehouse," "Dear Ladyfish," "Remodel," "The First and Last Time I Went to My Mother's Chemo Treatment," "What America is Doing to Baseball, Kids, and Other Stuff" in  Constellations
  • "Divorce Origin," "Engagement" in  Crab Creek Review
  • "To See Beyond It" in  Crack the Spine
  • "Marriage" in  Kentucky Review
  • "Before Divorce," "How Was Work Today" in  The Meadow
  • "Euphoria" in  Pine Hills Review
  • "When I Street Raced on Summer Nights" in  Roanoke Review
  • "Ball-in-Hand" in  San Pedro River Review
  • "Last Night at My In-Laws," "The Night Sadie Met Slash from Row 12 Seat 5" in  The Vehicle
  • "Obituary" in  Vinyl

Olivia Soule (Class of 2018)

Poetry:

  • "It Came," "Road Trip," "Ignore the Stars," and "Accrete" (nominated for the Pushcart Prize) in  Haight Ashbury Literary Journal
  • "My body is sealed shut, like an envelope," in  Poetry Explosion Newsletter
  • "New Stoicism," "Balcony Storms," and "Pink Bougainvillea," in The Storyteller
  • "Reflections on a Vague Obituary," and "Akin," in Pudding Magazine
  • "Blind Spot," in  Vox Poetica

Michelle Wait (Class of 2020)

Poetry:

  • "This Was Sunday" in  The Meadow
  • "Gas Station Fuck Boy," "No Fetish Here" in Lady/Liberty/Lit
  • "This is My Story to Tell" in Tiferet