A limited number of graduate publishing assistantships are available for poetry students in the Master of Fine Arts program who work with the Ashland Poetry Press.
Graduate publishing assistantships are available to students who have taken ENG 631: Mentorship I and have selected poetry as their primary genre. Students are chosen for assistantships during the fall semester; decisions are based on faculty recommendations and a cover letter sent to the managing editor of Ashland Poetry Press.
Information about upcoming MFA Open Houses
- Marcello Hernandez Castillo's book, Children of the Land: A Memoir was featured in the NPR's Book Concierge for 2020
- MFA Director, Christian Kiefer, on the Chills at Will Podcast (Part 1)
- MFA Director, Christian Kiefer, on the Chills at Will Podcast (Part 2)
- MFA Faculty, Katherine Standefer, featured on NPR's Fresh Air