Hi! I’m Daniel, a 2020 Fiction grad and staffing coordinator for AWP Seattle. This will be my fourth AWP (including the ghostly 2020 San Antonio spectacle) and I’m so excited to once again be tabling for Warren Wilson! Talking to prospective students about my experience in the program is such a joy, eclipsed only by running into alums or faculty at the table who are just as eager to gush about their experiences, too. I hope you’ll join me in signing up for a slot or two and sharing your perspectives with the next generation of Wallys. Look forward to seeing you there!
The MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College is pleased to announce the return of the Beebe Fellowship, available only to its alumni or to Goddard graduates from 1976-80.  Originally established in 1997, and last awarded in 2016, the Beebe Fellowship provides an opportunity for a year of undergraduate teaching in Warren Wilson College’s Creative Writing Department.  The coming year’s fellowship will have a concentration in fiction, teaching the equivalent of five 4-credit courses, although all undergraduate CW faculty teach broadly.  Affordable campus housing is part of the compensation package for this role, and there is the possibility of a second-year appointment. Previous teaching experience is required.
Additional details are provided in the job posting. First consideration will be given to those who apply by March 26, 2023. 

The MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College is delighted to announce its faculty

for the January-May 2023 semester:

Dean Bakopoulos

Marianne Boruch

Liam Callanan

Gabrielle Calvocoressi

Daisy Fried

Jennifer Grotz

David Haynes

Caitlin Horrocks

C.J. Hribal

A. Van Jordan

Sally Keith

Ana Menéndez

Antonya Nelson

Matthew Olzmann

Michael Parker

Hanna Pylväinen

Carter Sickels

Marisa Silver

Brian Teare

Daniel Tobin

Connie Voisine

Hello, everyone! The Friends of Writers are thrilled to announce that the Levis Prize for Fiction and Poetry submission period opens today and will be open until Nov. 1. For information regarding the most recent submission guidelines as well as links to the submission manager, please visit the Levis Prize website here: https://www.levisprize.com/about-us/
Looking forward to receiving your work, and best of luck to each of you!
Many thanks, all,
Nathan McClain
Assistant Professor of Creative Writing/African American Literary Arts, Hampshire College https://www.hampshire.edu/faculty/nathan-mcclain
Poetry Editor, The Massachusetts Review http://massreview.org/
Author of Previously Owned (Four Way Books, 2022); Scale (Four Way Books, 2017) www.nathanmcclain.com