Jeannine Hall Gailey, author of The Robot Scientist's Daughter, was featured in a Q&A discussion in Luna Station Quarterly.
Guest speakers for the Master of Fine Arts in Writing January 2020 residency include Laura Kasischke, Meghan Daum, Leslie Jamison, and Bonnie Jo Campbell.
Jamie Zerndt MFA '08, an instructor in Pacific University's English Language Institute, has published Jerkwater, a novel about racial tensions surrounding Native American fishing rights.
Timothy O'Leary MFA '15, whose short story collection "Dick Cheney Shot Me in the Face" was published last year, has a new story, "Homeless Gary Busey," in Moon Magazine.
The literary site Belletrist has published "My Son is Trying to Forget Himself," a poem by Cynthia Neely MFA '13.
Rick Krizman MFA '16 had his short story, "The Second Coming" published by Belletrist.
Poem "The Journey," by Arthur Ginsberg MFA '10, Inspired by his Experiences as a Neurologist, Published Online
Arthur Ginsberg, who received an MFA in creative writing at Pacific University in 2010, has had his poem "The Journey" published by "Pulse: Voices from the heart of medicine."
One of the country’s top low-residency literary programs welcomed 33 new alumni on Saturday, June 22.
Melissa McKinstry, an MFA in Poetry student, had her poem "The Hippocratic Oath," published by R.K.V.R.Y. Quarterly.
MFA in Writing faculty member and author Debra Gwartney discussed her latest book on Oregon Public Broadcasting's "Think Out Loud" program.