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Will Schutt MFA ’09 Receives Starred Review in Publisher’s Weekly

Will Schutt MFA ’09 Receives Starred Review in Publisher’s Weekly

0 / February 25, 2013 10:30 am

Schutt won the 2012 Yale Series of Younger Poets competition.

Jackson Center for Creative Writing to Co-Sponsor Largest Literary Conference in North America

Jackson Center for Creative Writing to Co-Sponsor Largest Literary Conference in North America

0 / November 15, 2012 11:30 am

The Association of Writers & Writing Programs’ 2013 Annual Conference & Bookfair, which will be held March 6-9 in Boston, will feature 1,900 writers and 520 literary events.

Hollins Student Uses Social Media to Revive the Lost Art of Letter Writing

Hollins Student Uses Social Media to Revive the Lost Art of Letter Writing

0 / April 25, 2012 4:00 pm

Abby Hargreaves ’14 has launched a Facebook campaign to get people from across the nation to take part in “Write a Letter Day” April 30.

Will Schutt MFA ’09 Wins Yale Series of Younger Poets Competition

Will Schutt MFA ’09 Wins Yale Series of Younger Poets Competition

0 / March 13, 2012 10:00 am

The award celebrates the most prominent new American poets by bringing the work of these artists to the attention of the larger public.

Hollins Appoints Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing

Hollins Appoints Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing

1 / January 9, 2012 10:15 am

Carrie Brown, author of five novels and a collection of short stories, is a two-time winner of the Library of Virginia Book Award and is the Margaret Banister Writer-in-Residence at Sweet Briar College.

Two Prestigious “Best Of” Lists for 2011 Feature Novel by Children’s Literature Program Director

Two Prestigious “Best Of” Lists for 2011 Feature Novel by Children’s Literature Program Director

1 / December 20, 2011 11:00 am

Amanda Cockrell has received some impressive year-end recognition for her latest book, What We Keep Is Not Always What Will Stay.

David Huddle: The Life on the Inside

0 / October 31, 2011 11:15 am

Distinguished Visiting Professor of Creative Writing David Huddle’s work has been published in The New Yorker and earned praise from the likes of Esquire and the Los Angeles Times. In this interview with the Burlington (Vt.) Free Press, he talks about his new novel, “Nothing Can Make Me Do This.”