The program continues its focus on helping writers generate new work and its non-credit workshops are now offered at a lower cost.
Works by S.H. Lohmann ’08, M.F.A. ’12 and Brittney Scott M.F.A. ’10 will be featured in the annual anthology, which showcases 50 poems from emerging writers.
Hollins’ Distinguished Visiting Professor of Creative Writing has won the Emyl Jenkins Sexton Literary Award for Fiction twice previously, in 2001 and 2005.
“Beyond Measure” by Meighan L. Sharp M.F.A. ’11 and “Walking, Talking, Singing” by Chad Temples M.F.A. ’08 will be featured in the Best New Poets annual anthology.
The Tinker Mountain Writers’ Workshop/Online offers 10-week courses, taught by published authors and experienced teachers, to adult writers of all abilities.
Karen Osborn ’79 shared the gold medal in the Independent Publisher Book Awards’ Popular Fiction category for her novel, “Centerville,” while Shelby Smoak M.A. ’99 received the gold in the Autobiography/Memoir III (Personal Struggle/Health Issues) category for “Bleeder: A Memoir.”
An alumna of Hollins’ graduate program in creative writing, McElmurray is the author of “Surrendered Child: A Birth Mother’s Journey,” winner of the Associated Writers and Writing Programs Award in Creative Nonfiction.
Schutt won the 2012 Yale Series of Younger Poets competition.
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 University alumna and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Natasha Trethewey was named Poet Laureate for 2012-13 by the Library of Congress on Thursday.