The Creative Writing Program is proud to announce the list of 2017 alumni and faculty book publications. This year, 37 books have been published by alumni of the MFA in Creative Writing Program and 10 books have been published by Creative Writing faculty members.
The list includes publications from the "Big Four" publishing houses, university presses, and independent publishers. All four genres of study offered by the MFA in Creative Writing Program are represented: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and writing for children and young adults.
Creative Writing at The New School will host its annual book party on Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 6:30pm in Wollman Hall, 65 W. 11th Street. RSVP to email@example.com.
Congratulations to all!
2017 Creative Writing Alumni Books
Laura Leigh Abby ’13, 2Brides 2Be: A Same-Sex Guide for the Modern Bride, Rare Bird Books
Ahmad Al-Ashqar ’17, Advances in Embroidery: Poems, with Translations from Mahmoud Darwish, Poets & Traitors Press
Amanda J. Bradley ’11, Queen Kong, NYQ Books
Caela Carter, Forever, or a Long, Long Time, HarperCollins
Selene Castrovilla, ’04, Luna Rising, Last Syllable Books, and Revolutionary Rogues: John André and Benedict Arnold, Calkins Creek
Sharon Cole (Erin Vans) ’15, Duplicity and Duress, BookBaby
Kris D’Agostino ’06, The Antiques: A Novel, Scribner
Brooke Ellsworth ’13, Serenade, Octopus Books
John Findura ’06, Submerged, Five Oaks Press
Anna Fishbeyn ’04, The Matrimonial Flirtations of Emma Kaulfield, Arcade Publishing
Gary L. Ford Jr. ’06, Constance Baker Motley: One Woman’s Fight for Civil Rights and Equal Justice Under Law, University of Alabama Press
Sarah Gerard ’12, Sunshine State, HarperCollins
Alyson Gerber ’12, Braced, Arthur A. Levine Books
Lee Matthew Goldberg ’06, The Mentor, St. Martin’s Press
Caitlin Elizabeth Harper ’11, It Will Set You Free, CreateSpace Independent Publishing
Corey Ann Haydu ’12, The Careful Undressing of Love, Penguin Young Readers Group
Jenny Han ’05, Always and Forever, Laura Jean, Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers
Jeff T. Johnson ’11, Trouble Songs: A Musicological Poetics, Punctum Books
Yorker Keith ’09, The Other La Bohéme, BookBaby
Amy Lawless ’07, Broadax, Octopus Books
Celeste Lim ’15, The Crystal Ribbon, Scholastic Press
David S. Levinson ’01, Tell Me How This Ends Well, Crown/Archetype
Sarah Moriarty ’03, North Haven, Amazon Publishing
Deirdra McAfee ’04, co-editor, Lock and Load: Armed Fiction, University of New Mexico Press
Jon Raymond ’02, Freebird, Graywolf Press
Russell Ricard ’06, The Truth about Goodbye, Wise Ink Creative Publishing
Joy Rhoades ’05, The Woolgrower’s Companion, Penguin Australia
Anthony Roberts ’16, Pigtown, Red Dashboard LLC
Jessica Siskin ’16, Treat Yourself!, Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
Laura Silverman ’15, Girl Out of Water, Sourcebooks Fire
Nicole Steinberg ’06, Glass Actress, Furniture Press Book
Mary G. Thompson ’12, Flicker and Mist, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Andrew Weatherhead ’12, Todd, Monster House Press
Catherine Woodard ’10, Opening the Mouth of the Dead, Lone Goose Press
2017 Creative Writing Faculty Books
Patricia Carlin, Second Nature, Marsh Hawk Press
Robert Dunn, Savage Joy, Coral Press
Ann Hood, Morningstar: Growing Up With Books, Norton, W.W. & Company, Inc.
Katie Kitamura, A Separation, Penguin
Caron Levis, May I Have A Word?, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux
Robert Lopez ’99, All Back Full, Dzanc Books
Patrick McGrath, The Wardrobe Mistress, Hutchinson
Benjamin Taylor, The Hue and Cry at Our House: A Year Remembered, Penguin