Cory Wilson

Writer's Workshop Participant, '15

He has signed an agreement with Los Angeles based publisher Mystic Boxing Commission. His debut novel, A Kiss Away, will be released Fall, 2021.

https://sparringartists.com

Wendy Voorsanger

Writers Workshops Participant '16 or '17

Her historical novel, Prospects of a Woman, published in October, 2020 from She Writes Press, has won 7 awards: 2021 IPPY Awards Gold Winner in Best Regional Fiction-West-Pacific, 2021 Independent Press Awards Winner in Western Fiction, 2021 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Winner in Regional Fiction, 2021 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist in First Novel, 2021 National Indie Excellence Awards Winner in Western Fiction, 2021 National Indie Excellence Awards Winner in Regional Fiction: West, and 2021 National Indie Excellence Awards Winner in Book Interior Design: Fiction.

https://wendyvoorsanger.net/

Janine Kovac

Writers Workshop Participant: '11, '12, '14, '16

Her essay “Dancing on the Blade” won the San Francisco Foundation/Nomadic Press Literary Award in Nonfiction and appears in the spring 2021 issue of Under the Sun.

https://underthesunonline.com/wordpress/2021/dancing-on-the-blade/
Attended with the help of 2011: George Pascoe Miller; 2012: Carlisle Family; 2014: Eshleman Scholarship

Diane P Wolff

Writers Workshop Participant '83; Screenwriters Workshop Participant '84

She did not win the Buchanan Prize of the Association for Asian Studies for her book, Batu, Khan of the Golden Horde: The Mongol Khans Conquer Russia. As they say in Hollywood, it was an honor to be invited to submit, and there are four more books in her Silk Road Series: The Heirs of Chinggis Khan (Genghis Khan). She did do a virtual talk for the American Center for Mongolian Studies to launch the book and it has been peer reviewed in Education about Asia, for use as a course book in global history.

http://dianewolff.com/disc.htm

David Mills

Poetry Participant '92, '21

A finalist for the Crab Orchard Review and Richard Snyder Memorial Prize, his third collection, Boneyarn, came out in April 2021 from Ashland University Press. It is the first book of poems about slavery in New York City where the oldest and largest slave cemetery in the United States is located.

https://www.spdbooks.org/Products/9780912592862/boneyarn.aspx

Terence Clarke

Writers Workshop Participant, '72,'73

His new novel, The Moment Before, will be published on September 1, 2021. It is the third of a trilogy. The others are My Father in The Night and When Clara Was Twelve.

http://www.terenceclarke.org

Jeanine Stevens

Poetry Participant '07, '10, '14, '17

Her chapbook, Gertrude Sitting: Portraits of Women, won the Heartland Review 2020 chapbook prize.

Tracy Fuad

Poetry Participant '17

Her debut collection of poetry, about:blank, was chosen by Claudia Rankine as the 2020 winner of the AWP Donald Hall Prize and will be published by University of Pittsburgh Press in October, 2021. The book is available for pre-sale now.

https://upittpress.org/books/9780822966685/
Attended with the help of Galway Kinnell Memorial Scholarship

Alicia Hokanson

Poetry participant '86, '87, '88, '90, '98

Her new collection, Perishable World, was published by Pleasure Boat Studio press in May, 2021.

http://pleasureboatstudio.com