Alum  Cohort Publication
Abreu, Daisy C. Jan. 2013
  • Received a fellowship to attend Vermont Studio Center in Oct. 2013
Carvalko, Joe Jan. 2011
  • Presented a paper entitled “Law And Policy In An Era Of Cyborg-Assisted-Life” to the Institute of Electrical, Electronic Engineers,International Symposium on Technology and Society in Toronto, Canada
Daniels, Susan July 2012
  • Pursuing a PhD in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University in the United Kingdom
DeLarm Neri, Jeanne Jan. 2012
  • Attended BreadLoaf’s 10-day 2015 August conference in Vermont
Erickson, Moriah July 2013
  • Poem,”Advantage Set,” selected for a project that uses poetry to inspire a musical piece
Hilts, Elizabeth Jan. 2011
  • Received a fellowship to attend Vermont Studio Center (VSC) in Jan. 2012
 Johnson, Laura  July 2016
  • Poem, “Rest,” was read on the Songs of Prayer and Praise podcast
Kastner, Lisa  July 2012
  • In March 2016, she presented at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) on the “You Sent Us What?” panel.
  • In October 2015, Lisa presented at a TEDx in Seattle on The Power of Connecting
Koubek, Christine Jan. 2013
  • Received a residency fellowship from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VCCA)
  • Residency recipient at the Ragdale Foundation
 Le, Loan July 2017
  • Coordinator for Young to Publishing’s biweekly write-ins and workshops
  • Fiction workshop leader for The Work Conference, March 2018
Madden, Christopher Jan. 2013
  • Read his ekphrastic poem “Villanelle for a Hazy Lighthouse” at the opening of the art exhibit “To the Lighthouse: Plein Air Artists on Sheffield Island”
Shaffer, Christine Jan. 2011
  • Translated lengthy 1984 Bruce Springsteen interviews from French into English for the Bruce Springsteen Special Collection housed in Monmouth University’s Library in West Long Branch, New Jersey
Sleeper, Sarah  July 2012
  •  Residency recipient at the Ragdale Foundation
Stephenson, Samantha  July 2013
Winkler, Matthew Jan. 2013
Zobel, Melissa Tantaquidgeon Jan. 2012
  • Accepted into the University of Rhode Island’s Ph.D. program in English Literature