A knack for story-telling.
Student Nancy Murray proves her creative writing chops by discussing therapy via stoop sitting (and storytelling) in Baltimore. Her essay appeared in the
Our work knows no bounds, especially not those of the classroom.
- Artichoke Haircut , a print journal
- Baltimore Rock Opera Society, an example of M.F.A. students enriching the local arts community
- Cobalt Review , an online journal
- Ink Press Productions
- The Light Ekphrastic
- Passager Books
- Publishing Genius Press, project of an alumnus
- Writers and Words
Project Spotlight: Armagh Project
Rachel Wooley, current M.F.A. student and editor in chief of the UB Post, participated in the summer 2012 Armagh Project, a monthlong playwriting and poetry residency in Northern Ireland. Here, she presents her poetry at the the John Hewitt International Creative Writing Festival at the end of the residency.
The residency in Ireland was a fantastic experience. I learned as much (or more) exploring the island as I did in class, and all of ti inspired me with regard to both subject matter and process. (Not to mention, I met some great people—both fellow students in the program and those we encountered in Ireland.) The complete cultural immersion was definitely more rewarding than a quick vacation, and I'd love to go again.
To learn more about opportunities for the 2015 residency, contact Kimberley Lynne.