Month: August 2013

  • Side Dish Mag: Writing in the AfterMAPH

    A post from Emma Martin (AM ’11) on her new writing project, Side Dish mag, a community blog for writers and non-writers alike:

  • A Day in the Life: An Externship at the Hyde Park Art Center

    Here is a post from Keri Asma, MA ’13,on her recent externship to the Hyde Park Art Center. Keri is also one of the MAPH mentors for the upcoming year, so you’ll probably be hearing from her fairly often. Externships are opportunities for recently graduated or current Master’s and PhD students to shadow alumni in […]

  • MAPH Writers!

    Curious where MAPH writers are now? Wondering what new publications have come out? Check out the recently updated MAPH Writers page on our website. There you’ll find a list of alumni, links to novels, essays, poems, and blogs, and what writers are working on now. Don’t see your published work there? Please let us know! We […]

  • Alumni Bump! Wikipedia Webseries

    If you have a few minutes today, check out MAPH ’08 alum Kristin Fitzsimmons’ webseries What Did You Look Up on Wikipedia?  Kristin writes: After graduating from the University of Minnesota’s MFA in Creative Writing Program, my friend Sally and I started a web series called What Did You Look Up on Wikipedia?, an homage to […]

  • Colloquium Buzz

    Issue 2 of Colloquium was featured on Bookforum’s Omnivore blog yesterday! Also! “The Serpent, Subtle and Brazen: Idolatory, Imagemaking, and the Hebrew Bible,” an essay from Issue 2 by Carina Del Valle Schorske (MAPH ’13) was one of today’s Editor’s Picks over at Mosaic Magazine. She’s in great company with writers from The Times Literary Supplement, Commentary, Middle East Quarterly, and Moment. Exciting stuff!