Today it was announced that our Editor-In-Chief, Thomas Van Osten, was one of the top winners in the Abington College Undergraduate Research Activities Poster Fair in the Division of Arts and Humanties. His research project focused on the transience of youth in J.D. Salinger’s Uncollected Short Stories. Also, a shout-out to former Editor-In-Chief, Shade […]
The escalator of the Washington State Convention Center was packed with people ascending and descending, trying to get from point A to point B in the fifteen minute window between events, or perhaps trying to score a better spot in the coffee line. It was an eclectic mix of people from all over the country […]
Ninth Letter is pleased to announce our second annual Literary Awards competition. We’ll be accepting entries from March 5, 2014 to April 25, 2014 for our Literary Awards in four categories: Fiction, Poetry, Creative Non- fiction, and Literature in Translation. The winner selected in each category will receive a $1000 prize and publication in our Fall/Winter 2014-15 issue (vol. 11, no. 2). […]
NINTH LETTER CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS GRADUATE & UNDERGRADUATE WRITERS Ninth Letter will be accepting submissions of ﬁcation and poetry from students currently enrolled in a creative writing program for a special online edition to be published at ninthletter.com in Spring 2014. Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to send work. Submissions will be open from February 1 to April 1. Authors […]
Check out these two MFA Creative Writing Programs. The first is from The University of Pittsburgh. Included with the information are some writing prompts from Pitt Professors. The second is the NEO Creative Writing MFA, which enables students to take classes at four different campuses in Ohio. Read on!