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Rae Bryant
Rae Bryant is the author of the short story collection, The Indefinite State of Imaginary Morals (Patasola Press, 2011). Her stories, essays, and poetry have appeared in print and online at The Paris Review, The Missouri Review, McSweeney’s, Huffington Post, New World Writing, Gargoyle Magazine, and Redivider, among other publications. Her intermedia has exhibited in New York, DC, Baltimore and Florence, Italy. She has won honors and fellowships from Johns Hopkins, VCCA and Aspen Writer's Foundation and has been nominated for the Pen/Hemingway, Pen Emerging Writers, The &NOW and multiple times for the Pushcart awards. Rae earned a Masters in Writing from Johns Hopkins where she continues to teach creative writing and is founding editor of The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review. She also teaches and lectures in the International Writing Program at The University of Iowa and The Eckleburg Workshops.

Entries by Rae Bryant

Creative Writing Program or Creative Writing Mill? Effectiveness and Outcomes For Female And Minority Writing Program Students

(0) Comments | Posted April 28, 2014 | 2:48 PM

2014-04-26-Fotolia_26401230_S.jpg How well does your creative writing program rank in job placement and graduate publication placement? How does your writing program address gender and diversity? What liaisons, projects, publications, literary journals, outreaches, connections, and/or student groups have been developed within your program to address...

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If the National Book Awards 2013 Were a Star Wars Remake

(0) Comments | Posted November 22, 2013 | 1:37 PM

James McBride would be Luke Skywalker. This year's underdog, McBride is the surprise winner in fiction with Good Lord Bird (Riverhead Books). McBride accepted his award and $10,000 Wednesday evening at the black-tie Cipriani Wall Street affair with the boyish charm of a young Jedi newly realizing, Holy shit, I've...

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Anorgasmia, Love and Something Wrong with Her: A Discussion with Cris Mazza

(0) Comments | Posted November 4, 2013 | 2:26 PM

Cris Mazza is the author of seventeen books, including Various Men Who Knew Us As Girls, Waterbaby, Trickle-Down Timeline, and Is It Sexual Harassment Yet? Her first novel, How to Leave a Country, won the PENN/Nelson Algren Award. She is a professor in the Program for Writers at the University...

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Stochasticism, Ambition and John Cage: A Discussion With Rick Moody

(0) Comments | Posted June 19, 2013 | 4:51 PM

Rick Moody was born in New York City. He is an author, lecturer, musician, and columnist, his most recent novel, Four Fingers of Death. He will be guest-lecturing this summer at The Johns Hopkins University and will be the featured reader for Eckleburg's Rue de Fleurus Salon held...

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