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Visit their site to purchase a copy of the issue, listen to audio of selected pieces, read a free pdf version or download a free e-reader edition. Donna Isaac's (MFA '07) poem "Visitors" will be published by the literary magazine of the Appalachians: will be published by Blastgun Books in March of 2015.Bree Mc Kee-Miller's (current MFA) prose poem, "ESL: A Tutorial,", is due out in February 2016 from Harper Teen and has been receiving some wonderful advance reviews. This is the first novel release by this new science-fiction imprint located in San Francisco and New Orleans. Susan Triemert's (current MFA) essay "Snapshot at Gatorland" has been published in Magazine.Visit Hamline News for more about this hilarious new book, from the "Bad Ideas Book Club: Where the best ideas are bad ideas." Daniel Bernstrom's (MFAC '13) debut picture book, (with illustrations by Brendan Wenzel) has just been released by Katherine Tegen Books.Visit Hamline News for more about the book, which has starred reviews from Kirkus, Booklist, and Publishers Weekly.This book shows it is possible not only to survive the unimaginable, but also to thrive in spite of it." Visit Elizabeth at her blog or website. Story time and launch party is Sunday, January 17, 1 pm at Red Balloon Bookshop. Austrian's (MFAC '14) picture book, is the dark and twisted tale of five teenagers, each with their own dark secret, who become trapped in Boulder House, a local attraction that’s home to a malevolent entity wholly set upon their destruction. Orrin Hanratty (MFAC '15) won 2nd place in magazine's Crime Pays short story contest. Allegra Lingo’s (MFA ’14), “The Genealogy of Happenstance,” is being presented by the Guthrie Theater this weekend. MFAC faculty, Laura Ruby’s book, (Balzer & Bray/Harper Collins Children’s) has been named to the 2015 National Book Awards Longlist for Young People’s Literature. Beth Mayer (MFA '08) a winner of the 2015-2016 Loft Mentor series in fiction.Sheila O'Connor (MFA faculty & fiction editor) has a flash-fiction published as part of a writing-prompt project at jmww journal, alongside Marty Case. Mullen's (MFAC ’09) debut novel, (with illustrations from Frann Preston-Gannon), has been acquired by Jill Davis at Harper Collins' Katherine Tegen imprint. Melissa Savage's (MFAC '13) debut middle grade novels, , were acquired by Crown Children's Books (Penguin) in a significant preemptive deal by Laurie Mc Lean at Fuse Literary. Visit Melissa's website to learn more about these books and more. In 2014, Allegra adapted her MFA thesis project into a show at the Minnesota Fringe Festival and now a new and expanded version is opening at the Dowling Studio at the Guthrie. Great work also to the many CWP alums and students who were honorable mentions and finalists: Kimberly Brown, Elizabeth Fletcher, Tracy Harris, Susan Triemert, Hallie Wiederholt, Zachary Czaia, Tammy Darrah Wenberg, and Tina Higgins Wussow.In the follow up to 2014's "The Genealogy of Happenstance," Allegra Lingo tackles the first year of being a mom with panache. She'll never be the Pinterest poster child of parenting. New release from Christine Heppermann (MFAC '10) and MFAC faculty Ron Koertge: , the second book of the Backyard Witch series, from Greenwillow Books, illustrated by Deborah Marcero.
"Out of the ashes of her harrowing childhood, Elizabeth has crafted a tale of hope and renewal.In unsentimental and forthright prose, she shares how she managed to break the chains of childhood incest and create a loving family from scratch—not by erasing her past but by absorbing its hard lessons.Her resilience and determination shine through every page. Austrian's (MFAC '14) picture book, , illustrated by Mike Curato, has been published by Balzer & Bray/Harper Collins and is available on shelves now!A Guys' Guy's Guide To Life, Love & The Pursuit of Happiness, hosted by Robert Manni, noted blogger and author of the novel, THE GUYS' GUY'S GUIDE TO LOVE. We'd also love to receive your emails with questions or topics you'd like us to discuss. Alum Tasslyn Magnusson's (MFAC '17) poems "Clean/Fly/Plum" were awarded top prize (poetry) in Room Magazine's 2017 Poetry and Fiction Annual Contest.