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Thursday, October 11 • 4:30pm - 5:45pm
MFA Fellows Reading

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Come hear the fellowship-winning writers of George Mason University’s MFA Creative Writing program. Andrew Art is an award-winning poet and the Heritage Student Writer Fellow in poetry. Fiction Fellow Anney Bolgiano was recently published in Politics & Prose District Lines, an anthology of Washington, D.C. writers. Kate Branca, the Thesis Fellow in nonfiction, is a Pushcart Prize nominee. Poetry Fellow E. Rhōdes Thompson is an award-winning poet and the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Hellscape. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Program.

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Andrew Art

Andrew Art, a native of Ohio, lives and writes in Virginia. He is the Heritage Writer Fellow in Poetry at George Mason University. Other honors include the Howard McCord Poetry Award, the Grandma Goda Award, and the Joseph A. Lohman III Poetry Award. He currently serves on the editorial... Read More →
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Anney Bolgiano

Anney Bolgiano was born and raised in Silver Spring, MD. She received her BA from Guilford College in Greensboro, NC, and spent two years teaching middle and high school before beginning her MFA at George Mason. She enjoys writing various forms of fiction, from flash, to longer short... Read More →
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Kate Branca

Kate Branca is an emerging nonfiction writer with a passion for the performing arts. She was first published last year in Flyway Journal of Writing & the Environment, which nominated her work for a Pushcart Prize. Kate is also the Editor-In-Chief for phoebe journal.
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E. Rhōdes Thompson

E. Rhōdes Thompson is a non-binary writer and artist. They are a poetry MFA candidate at George Mason University; the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Hellscape, an online magazine dedicated to the creative work of neurodivergent people; and the art and design editor of So to Speak... Read More →

Thursday October 11, 2018 4:30pm - 5:45pm EDT
Research Hall, Room 163