Sticking Around for Grad School: A Reflection on the First Year

I didn’t seriously consider many options for my future immediately following graduation other than pursuing a graduate degree from my Alma mater. There were many benefits to staying, the main two including that I had developed a network of support to lean on throughout my first year of graduate school, and I was familiar with … Continue reading Sticking Around for Grad School: A Reflection on the First Year

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Interview with Anna Leahy, Editor of TAB

As a fiction writer who rarely reads poetry, I decided to correspond with Anna Leahy, the editor of TAB: The Journal of Poetry and Poetics, a literary magazine that focuses on poetry exclusively, both in terms of poems and art and writing about poetry. Anna is also the Director of the MFA in Creative Writing … Continue reading Interview with Anna Leahy, Editor of TAB

Walking Through Doors: An Interview with Editor Wayne Miller

  As I ponder how best to utilize my Master’s degree in Literature at the end of my time in graduate school, editing is a direction I often consider. Speaking with Wayne Miller, Managing Editor of Copper Nickel, was particularly encouraging as he graciously shared his experience leading up to this position. Miller, having received his … Continue reading Walking Through Doors: An Interview with Editor Wayne Miller