Creative Writing

 

 

Butler

Sebastien is a first-year poetry candidate in the MFA from Dexter, Michigan. His interests include nature poetry, hiking, mushroom hunting, and Victorian literature. His work has been published in the RC Review and the Michigan Daily. He is a 2021 Hopwood Undergraduate Poetry winner at the University of Michigan.

English

Coby-Dillon English is a fiction MFA student from Indiana and Michigan. They hold a BA in English and Political Science from Purdue University and are a current fellow of the inaugural class of the Periplus Collective. An enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, they write stories surrounding mythology, family, and the environment. They currently serve as editor for THiNK Magazine.

Loeb

Hannah Loeb is a 3rd year English PhD student at UVA, where she studies poetry & poetics of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. Her research interests include minor affects like grumpiness, ghost meters and other sticky forms, and kinds of attention. She earned her BA from Yale University in 2012 and her MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop in 2015, and her poetry has appeared in Booth, Ninth Letter, Apricity Press, Ornery Quarterly, American Chordata, Prodigal, and elsewhere. 

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Books

The New American, Simon & Schuster, 2020.
The Brick House, Awst Press, 2017.
Brief History of Yes, Dalkey Archive Press, 2013.
The Mirror in the Well, Dalkey Archive Press, 2008.
Draining the Sea, Riverhead Books, 2008.
The Daydreaming Boy, Riverhead Books, 2004.
Three Apples Fell from Heaven, Riverhead Books, 2001.

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Brown

My research centers the theory and history of the nineteenth-century British novel: most recently, the ways midcentury novels change at the hands of earlier-century lyric forms. I’m increasingly drawn to the interstices of realism, the everyday, and address, but at the heart of my work is a sustained preoccupation with aesthetic forms and their collisions over time. I am currently completing my Ph.D. in English Language & Literature at the University of Virginia (expected graduation 2023), and I received my B.A.

Orr

GREGORY ORR is the author of ten collections of poetry, including the forthcoming How Beautiful the Beloved (Copper Canyon Press, 2009) and the recent booklength lyric sequence Concerning the Book that is the Body of the Beloved (Copper Canyon Press, 2005).

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Degrees

B.A. University of Virginia, 1982
M.S. American University, 1994
B.A. George Mason University, 1997
M.F.A. University of Virginia, 2000
M.S. National Defense Intelligence College, 2010 

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