Colleen Burner (MFA '15) has a story forthcoming in Permafrost.
Rob Sullivan (MFA '15) published a short story in The Baltimore Review.
Maria D'Alessandro (MFA '14) published a short story in Post Road.
Lily Brooks-Dalton (MFA '16) published a memoir, Motorcycles I've Loved, in 2015. Her first novel, Good Morning, Midnight, is forthcoming in 2016 from Random House.
Ellie Piper (MFA '16) published articles with Bitch Media, including “Woman, Fighter” and “Glena Raises the Bar for Films About Female Fighters” in October 2014.
Rachel Powers (MFA ‘16) published articles in Earthzine, including “Ocean Plastic Gets Cloudy" in March 2015.
Jenny Woodman (MFA ‘16) published articles in Earthzine, including "A Global Response to the Ebola Outbreak" in November 2014.
Jacqueline Alnes (MFA ‘15) is beginning a PhD program in Fall 2015 at the Oklahoma State University.
Marina Callahan (MFA '15) has an essay in the anthology Winged: New Writing on Bees.
Katrina Carrasco (MFA '15) has stories published or forthcoming in Post Road, Quaint Magazine, and Circa.
Lenore Nash (MFA '15) will be publishing her first book with Harper/Avon in 2016.
Heather Quinn-Bork (MFA '15) published “Memento Mori” in Under the Gum Tree in January 2015.
Matthew Robinson (MFA '15) recently published his fiction in Gobshite Quarterly and the anthology The Night, and the Rain, and the River.
Colleen Burner (MFA '14) won the Oregon Women Writers Fellowship in 2015 and co-founded the fiction magazineShirley (shirleymag.com).
Eben Pindyck (MFA '14) is at Columbia School of Journalism, and published "I Learned the Art of the Chokehold from a Retired NYPD Officer" in Vice in October 2014.
Genevieve Hudson (MFA '13) won a Fulbright Scholarship to the Netherlands (2013-14).
Seth McBride (MFA ‘13) was profiled by Portland Monthly in February 2015 article “The Long (Long, Long) Road South.”
Daniel Mollet (MFA '13) is the head of the English Department at a high school in Chile.
Sean Warren (MFA '13) published an essay in New England Review in Spring 2015.
Chelsea Bieker (MFA '12) was awarded a fellowship to the MacDowell Colony in 2014.
Sarah Marshall (MFA '12) published an essay in The Believer and won the Oregon Women Writers Fellowship in 2014. She is starting a Ph.D. in English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Fall 2015.
Patrick McGinty (MFA '12) published a story in ZYZZYVA in 2012.
Devan Schwartz (MFA '12) recently began a job in television as Writer's Assistant on the TNT show Rizzoli & Isles.
Sandra Stringer (MFA '11) won a Fulbright Scholarship to Russia (2011-12).
Christina Struyk-Bonn (MFA '11) published her first YA novel, Whisper, in 2014. Her second novel, Nice Girls Endure, is forthcoming in 2016.
Monique Wentzel (MFA '11) was a 2012-14 Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford. She published her first story collection, The Woods Were Never Quiet, in 2014.
Jessica Machado (MFA '09) is an Associate Editor at Rolling Stone, and authored articles for Vice and Buzzfeed. She published the essay "The Shame We Carried" in Guernica (July 2015).
Lucy Burningham (MA '08) published articles including "A Portland Beer Expert Shares Lessons from Belgium" in Portland Monthly (June 2015).