Journal Publications by VT MFA Students & Alumni (2015-16)
Anuradha Bhowmik (MFA 2018) has new poems in The Boiler, Origins, and Lunch Ticket, a prose piece in Pithead Chapel, and poetry and prose forthcoming in Star 82 Review, After the Pause, The Susquehanna Review, and Lumen.
Matt Prater (MFA 2018) has new poems in drafthorse literary journal, Town Creek Poetry, Fresh Breath, Kudzu, The Pikeville Review, The Honest Ulsterman,Revolution John, Artemis, Your One Phone Call, In-Flight Literary Magazine, The Indus Streams, GOWP Zine 2, Sonic Boom 2, and West Trade Review, and forthcoming in Appalachian Journal, The Moth, and Munyori Literary Journal.
Pat Siebel (MFA 2018) has a new essay in Cartridge Lit: “You Will Write Yourself All Over Again: A Los Santos Memoir.”
Xandria Phillips (MFA 2017) has new poems in Neplanta, Winter Tangerine Review,plain china, SiDEKiCK Literary Journal, Origins, and Glitterwolf, and work forthcoming in West Branch.
Beejay Silcox (MFA 2017) has a short story in the 2015 book Letting Go - An Anthology of Attempts.
Matty Bennett (MFA 2016) has two poems in Philadelphia Gay News: one in the 2015 Summer LGBTQ Youth Supplement, and another in the 2015 Winter LGBTQ Youth Supplement, as well as a poem in the inaugural issue of The Wild Ones: A Quarterly Queer Lit Rag.
Freddy Fuentes (MFA 2016) has a new story—“Espiritu Santo”—in the Spring 2015 issue of Cold Mountain Review.
Amy Long (MFA 2016) has a prose piece, “Product Warning,” in the Best American Experimental Writing 2015 anthology (Wesleyan Press, forthcoming 2016) and an essay—“On Opiates with The Mom”—in The Heavy Feather Review 5.1 (Winter 2015).
Lisa Summe (MFA 2016) has new poems in Tampa Review, Tinderbox Poetry Journal2, Tar River Poetry, RHINO, Smartish Pace 22, Word Riot, Sundog Lit 6, andRevolution House.
Joseph Truscello (MFA 2016) has new stories in Saranac Review and Sonora Review, and fiction forthcoming in BULL Men’s Fiction and Bartleby Snopes.
Jeff Haynes (MFA 2015) has new poems in issue 21.1 of Fourteen Hills, Yalobusha Review 21, The Hollins Critic 51.1, and Word Riot.