Graduate Program News
- April 8, 2019
"The Honey Bus: A Memoir of Loss, Courage and a Girl Saved by Bees," by Meredith May, M.F.A. '11, earned a spot on USA Today's list of "5 books not to miss." May's work, which was her manuscript project while at Goucher, was also named an Amazon Book of the Month for Biographies & Memoirs.
- New book by Thomas Kapsidelis, M.F.A. '14, looks at Virginia Tech shooting from survivors' point of viewApril 1, 2019
In his new book, "After Virginia Tech," veteran journalist Thomas Kapsidelis, M.F.A. '14, looks at the 2007 mass shooting from the angle of those who lived through it.
- Michele Anderson, M.A.C.S. '14, pens opinion piece on rural life and cultural sustainability in The New York TimesMarch 15, 2019
"Go Home to Your 'Dying' Hometown" offers a unique perspective on current cultural and political divisions.
- March 14, 2019
"We are on the cusp of enormous leadership changes in the arts in the United States," says Program Director Ramona Baker. "Literally every day I see someone else who is stepping down, and we have people who want to be able to step up into those positions."
- Jesse J. Holland, M.F.A. '12, nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work - FictionFebruary 15, 2019
Alumnus and M.F.A. in Nonfiction faculty member Jesse J. Holland was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for his recent book, "Who Is the Black Panther?"