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Alumni Bookshelf

Timothy E. G. Bartel (MFA ’10)

We’ll Fly Away

(Greenwillow Books, 2018)

Meet Me Here

(Greenwillow Books, 2016)

No Parking at the End Times

(Greenwillow Books, 2015)

A Plum Tree in Leatherstocking Country

(Virtual Artists Collective, 2012)

Jessica Brown (MFA ’07)
Kaitlin Barker Davis (MFA ’13)
Karin Evans (MFA ’08)

Flood Patterns

(Antrim House Books, 2015)

Cameron Dezen Hammon (MFA ’15)

“Common Prayer: Reflections on Episcopal Worship” 

*This is an essay in an anthology edited by Joseph S. Pagano and Amy E. Richter
Wipf and Stock, 2019

This Is My Body

(Lookout Books, 2019)

Matthew Henry (MFA ’09)

Dust and Ashes

(Califorinos Press, 2020)

Teaching While Black

(Main Street Rag Publishing Company, 2020)

Chris Hoke (MFA ’13)
Co-written as D. R. Jacobsen:
Christina Lee (MFA ’13)

Paul Luikart (MFA ’14)

Metropolia

(Ghostbird Press, 2021)

Brief Instructions

(Ghostbird Press, 2017)

Animal Heart

(Hyperborea Publishing, 2016)

Jeffrey Allen Mays (MFA ’20)

The Former Hero

(AEC Stellar Publishing, 2014)

Michael McCarthy (MFA ’11)
Elizabeth Myhr (MFA ’09)

The Practice of Devotion

(Goldfish Press, 2019)

The Dictator’s Mistress
(Alice Blue Books, 2012)

The Vanishings and Other Poems

(Calypso Editions, 2010)

Delicate Machinery Suspended

(T.S. Poetry Press, 2011)

The Ale Boy’s Feast

(Random House – WaterBrook Press, 2010)

Raven’s Ladder

(Random House – WaterBrook Press, 2009)

Cyndere’s Midnight

(Random House – WaterBrook Press, 2008)

Auralia’s Colors

(Random House – WaterBrook Press, 2007)

Amy Peterson (MFA ’18)
Shannon Huffman Polson (MFA ’10)

Rupture, Light

(Finishing Line Press, 2019)

Carolyn Schultz-Rathbun (MFA ’19)
Amie Sharp (MFA ’07)

The Sabine Women

(Red Dragonfly Press, 2019)

I Love You I’m Leaving

(Big Table Publishing Company, 2018)

Goodbye, My Tribe: An Evangelical Exodus

(University Alabama Press, 2020)

Derek Smith (MFA ’09)

Magical Teaching

(Independently Published, 2019)

Deep Pockets

(Saint Julian Press, 2018)

Mary Van Denend (MFA ’07)

Watermarks

(Finishing Line Press, 2013)

Burnt Offerings

(eLectio Publishing, 2014)