Six years ago, Seattle University’s creative writing program didn’t exist. Today, it’s flourishing — drawing new students and acclaimed writers to campus, and capitalizing on its location’s literary cachet.
After 24 bounteous years, the wacky and wonderful Ciscoe Morris uproots from Seattle University to till the soil of his media career.
Judy Mayotte, you realize, knows worlds more than you ever will about what it means to be a survivor.
Random House Boldtype short story contest winner for “The Things We Too Late See”