Stonecoast MFA in Creative Writing

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Guest Faculty Tom Coash a Finalist for National Playwriting Award

Guest Faculty Tom Coash is one of six finalists for the American Theatre Critics Association’s New Play Award.

Community News & Updates April 2015

News and updates for Stonecoast community alumni, students, and faculty. Click on the link to read full details.

Editor Nina Gaby Discusses Book of Essays Featuring Stonecoast Alumni, Students, and Faculty

DUMPED: STORIES OF WOMEN UNFRIENDING WOMEN features essays by Stonecoasters Penny Guisinger (Creative Nonfiction, S’13), Kristabelle Munson (Fiction), Alexis Paige (Creative Nonfiction, S’14), Judith Podell (Fiction, ’06), Julie L. Vandekreke (Creative Nonfiction, S’10), and faculty member Elizabeth Searle.

Portland author published in The New Yorker teaches, inspires students to write

Faculty member Sarah Braunstein is featured in an article for the Bangor Daily News.

Stonecoast Alum Jennifer Clement's Book a Finalist for 2015 PEN/Faulkner Award

Congratulations to Stonecoast alum Jennifer Clement whose book Prayers for the Stolen (Hogarth) is a finalist for the 2015 PEN/Faulkner Award.

Stonecoast: Wizard of Earthsea - A Study in Characterization and Openings

"I have a list of writers that I learned from myself, as a writer. Le Guin is one of the most important of them." - Faculty member Theodora Goss

Community News & Updates March 2015

News and updates for Stonecoast community alumni, students, and faculty. Click on the link to read full details.

Faculty Member Theodora Goss Writes about the Challenge of Supporting Oneself as a Writer

Faculty member Thedora Goss explains how she finds time to write despite teaching full-time at Boston University and part-time in the Stonecoast MFA program.

How a Gay Guy from the City Found His Inner Rugged Country Boy in Snowy Maine

Faculty member Aaron Hamburger writes about his winter survival skills during the last residency for Matador Network.

Faculty Member Theodora Goss Writes About Setting in The Hobbit on the Faculty Blog

"Suspense comes from things we don’t understand: we start by not knowing what a hobbit is, and we end by not knowing what the adventure is. And so we begin our story." - Theodora Goss Faculty member Theodora Goss writes about setting in The Hobbit. Read the full post at the Stonecoast Faculty Blog.

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