Monthly Archives: September 2016


Reading Banned Books

September 25th-October 1st is Banned Books Week, so in honor (or, shall we say, dishonor) of the continuing practice of banning books, we asked a few of our students, alums, and professors to talk about some of the most regularly banned & challenged books that have meant the most to them over the years. Stephen Graham Jones: Had Stephen King's [...]

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Welcome Fall 2016 Cohort: Student Bios

  We're proud to announce our new class of writers! Interested in joining them? Applications for Spring 2017 are due February 1st. For more information contact us at Jorge Alvarado holds two bachelor degrees, a BA in English-Spanish and a BS in Civil Engineering. Jorge practices engineering in Los Angeles, which he alternates with his writing career. In Colombia, [...]

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