Kate Maruyama Featured in Shoutout LA

Kate Maruyama ’09 (Los Angeles, MFA) was interviewed by Shoutout LA for the article “Kate Maruyama writes, teaches, edits, cooks, and eats in Los Angeles.” In the article, Maruyama shares…

Peter Nichols Publishes Crime Thriller

Maine author Peter Nichols ‘12 (Los Angeles, MFA) just released his latest crime thriller, “Granite Harbor,” a fictional story based on his own life as a single father living in…

Terry Wolverton Publishes Season of Eclipse

Terry Wolverton, a long-time faculty in Antioch’s MFA in Creative Writing program, recently published Season of Eclipse (Bella Books). The thriller, set after a chance encounter with terrorism at JFK,…

Antioch Voices- Grace Ward

On Marigolds: Untold Stories For International Romani Day

When I was eleven years old, my paternal grandmother took me to the supermarket to buy a push-up bra, a rotisserie chicken, and introduce me to my culture—my “birthright” as she called it.

She said to me, “Now that you’re older, Gracie m’dear, people are going to start caring about what you have to say about our people. People are going to start asking you questions. It’s important to me that you don’t get it wrong.”

Stefanie Paredes, Antioch Voices

To Be a Writer With Grief

Antioch Voices is a forum that allows members of our community to speak about an issue important to them. In this piece, coinciding with Gallbladder Cancer and Bile Duct Cancer Awareness Month, MFA student Stefanie Paredes considers what it means to be a writer with grief.

Barbara Berg Publishes Two Poems

Barbara Berg ‘10 (Los Angeles, MFA) had two poems published in issue TQ27 of Tupelo Quarterly, “Something about vibration and sensory neurons” and “Even in this mess, something smells good…