Erik Armitage, Luke Larkin, Emma McMullen and Elsie Wipplinger - all undergraduate students from Robert Stubblefield's Montana Writers Live! course - have posts about Montana authors on Sarah Aronson's (MFA 2017) The Write Question Blog. 

Emily M. Danforth's (MFA 2006) "The Miseducation of Cameron Post" hits the silver screen.

Professor David Gates’ story, “Texas,” is in the New Yorker. He also discusses unsympathetic characters with Deborah Treisman.

Stephanie Land’s (BA 2014) “Portrait of the Artist as a Single Mom” is in The New York Review of Books.

Barry Maxwell (first year MFA in nonfiction) has a Best of the Net nomination from Split Lip for his essay, "The Good Tenant."

Robin Walter's (first year MFA in poetry) poem, "I Gut the Fish," is featured in Concís.

Georgia Dennison’s (second year MFA in poetry) poem “Mount Saint Helens” is published in the Pacifica Literary Review.

Sterling Schildt Holywhitemountain (BA 2005) of the Blackfeet Community College received a Tribal College Humanities Initiatives grant from the NEH for $100,000. His project is called "Enhancing Curriculum with Blackfeet Language and Culture."

Jolene Brink’s (MFA 2016) “What We Lose Giving Away Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante” is in Orion.

Sarah Aronson (MFA 2017) interviews Melissa Kwasny (MFA 1999) on MTPR’s “The Write Question.” They discuss her new collection, “Where Outside the Body is the Soul Today.”

Philip Schaefer’s (MFA 2014) poem, “Get Mad” is in Sporklet.