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Stonecoast Student Alexis Paige Wins New Millennium Nonfiction Prize

Stonecoast Student Alexis Paige has won the New Millennium Nonfiction Prize for her essay “The Geography of Consolation.”

Community News & Updates November 2013

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

"On Dressing Up" By Megan Frazer Blakemore, This Week on the Stonecoast Faculty Blog

Faculty member Megan Frazer Blakemore writes about the use of costumes in YA literature, just in time for halloween. "On Dressing Up", this week on the Stonecoast Faculty Blog.

Inaugural Issue of The Stonecoast Review is Now Available

The Stonecoast MFA program presents the Stonecoast Review inaugural issue. A literary magazine publishing works of poetry, literary fiction, genre fiction, and creative non-fiction, Stonecoast Review embodies the ideals of social and environmental justice, cultural awareness, and international perspectives.

Faculty Member James Patrick Kelly Writes About His Mentor Damon Knight, This Week on the Faculty Blog

Back when I was an aspiring writer, there were no MFA programs for the likes of me.

Community News & Updates October 2013

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

Faculty and Alumni Writings Included in The Best American Anthologies For 2013

Four faculty members and two alumni have written poems and essays that have been included in The Best American Poetry 2013, The Best American Essays 2013, and The Pushcart Prize Anthology.

"A Lesson in Stubbornness" By Faculty Member Susan Conley, This Week on the Stonecoast Faculty Blog

When I went out into the publishing market four years ago, I had a newfound agent and two book manuscripts for sale: a China memoir about the years my young boys and husband and I lived in Beijing, and a novel manuscript about a woman finding love in Paris.

Faculty Member Jaed Coffin's Essay Featured on Jezebel and Nautilus

Jaed Coffin says, "This is an essay about the night I crossed paths with Justin Timberlake in 2007, when we were both younger guys just trying to figure it all out."

Faculty Member Aaron Hamburger Writes About "The Anxiety of Faking It" This Week on the Faculty Blog

Like most writers I know, I’m constantly beset by the gnawing anxiety that I’m a fake.

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