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Alumna Helen Peppe's New Memoir Reviewed by the Portland Press Herald

"Helen’s goal in life stated early in the book is to escape the family and become an author, and the fact that the reader is holding a copy of Helen’s book sort of gives away the ending: She succeeded." - Tom Atwell, Portland Press Herald

2014 Stonecoast Reading Series Kicks Off with Alumni Reading Event at Winter Residency

Stonecoast will host the first Reading Series Event of 2014 at the Winter Residency, "Welcome Back Alumni" featuring poet Quenton Baker and memoirist Helen Peppe.

Community News & Updates January 2014

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

Faculty Member and Alumna Named in 31st Annual Collection of Year's Best Science Fiction

Faculty member James Patrick Kelly and alumna Sandra McDonald both have stories in The Year's Best Science Fiction: 31st Annual Collection edited by Gardner Dozois

Student Mary Heather Noble Wins $10,000 Sustainability Essay Award

Student Mary Heather Noble has won a $10,000 Sustainability Essay Award from Creative Nonfiction Magazine.

Faculty Member Elizabeth Hand Reviews Norman Rockwell Biography for the Boston Review

"Seventy years after the appearance of the Four Freedoms sequence, among Norman Rockwell’s best-known works, the artist continues to be derided as an assembly-line purveyor of sentimental kitsch..."

Stonecoast Review Now Accepting Submissions

The STONECOAST REVIEW is now accepting submissions for the second issue. Click on the link for more details.

Community News & Updates December 2013

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

Student Alexis Paige has been Nominated for a Pushcart Prize

Student Alexis Paige has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize for her essay, "A Decent Happiness".

"Beyond Words: Reading as Performance" by Elizabeth Searle, This Week on the Faculty Blog

Backstage in Brooklyn at “Lost Lit Presents Stonecoast MFA in NYC”—a lively Nov. 2nd reading—one fellow reader asked us all, “Is anyone else here nervous?”

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