For all those reasons, the question of which programs are “best” has value beyond just “writer talk,” and the answers—there are many—aren’t always easy to determine.
One prominent consideration in rating these programs is, of course, reputation itself.
Her flash fiction is featured in the anthology and have been widely anthologized; she has received fellowships from the New York Public Library, Stanford University, The Mac Dowell Colony, Yaddo, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Named one of the Breakout Brooklyn Book People of 2011 by , Helen (born and raised in Colorado) now lives in Brooklyn with her husband, artist Adam Douglas Thompson, and their baby girl. Specializing in 19th- and 20th-century British poetry and fiction, she has published many articles on Henry James, Virginia Woolf, and children's literature, and is the author of "Who Lived at Alfoxton?
She lives in Brooklyn, where she is working on a new novel. Ellen Tremper, professor and chair of the English Department, received her Ph. ": Virginia Woolf and English Romanticism (Bucknell University Press) and I'm No Angel: The Blonde in Film and Fiction, which was published by the University of Virginia Press in 2006. Fellowships include: Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, 2014–15; St.
Julie Agoos is professor and coordinator of the Poetry Program. From 1998 to 2007 he worked for The Poetry Project at St. Courtney teaches playwriting at Brooklyn College, where she earned her M. He is currently completing the book and was the winner of the 2012 Edward Lewis Wallant Award for Jewish American Fiction and a finalist for the 2012 National Jewish Book Award.
from Johns Hopkins University, publishes widely in journals and is the author of three collections of poems, and a member of the subpress publishing collective. She is an affiliated artist with Clubbed Thumb, a member of the Obie Award–winning playwright collective 13P, and the co-founder of the Brooklyn Writer's Space. Grubbs was a founding member of the groups Gastr del Sol, Bastro, and Squirrel Bait, and directs the Blue Chopsticks record label.
The Workshop’s brand-new and clean-lined Glenn Schaeffer Library adjoins the house in the rear, as a fashionable offspring might flank a more elegantly dressed parent.
In the library’s Frank Conroy Reading Room, which overlooks the gray waters of the Iowa River, are tall, glassed bookcases containing some 3,000 volumes published by graduates of the Workshop since it began, in 1936.
Mark's Church in various capacities, including a stint as artistic director from 2003 to 2007. His short stories have been published widely, cited for distinction in (2010), all published by Copper Canyon Press.
Berrigan is also co-chair of Writing at the Milton Avery Graduate School for the Arts, Bard College's interdisciplinary summer M. He has been a finalist for the National Book Award in poetry and the Northern California Book Award, a Fulbright Scholar in Spain, and a Howard Foundation Fellow.