MFA in Creative Writing Program

Carly Fraysier Reads Nonfiction Essay

Dec 1, 2014

Carly Fraysier is a student in the MFA in Creative Writing program at the University of Wyoming.  A Vermont native, her essays often examine the relationship between people and their environment.  "Pork Stock 2013" considers the process of reducing stock as analogous to the formation of one's identity.

Trey Williams Reads Excerpt From "Dirt"

Oct 31, 2014
Maria Anderson

Trey Williams is an MFA student in Creative Writing at the University of Wyoming.  Originally from Tennessee, Williams has published in Witness and has a forthcoming story in Glimmer Train.  "Dirt" tells the story of Eddie, a minor league catcher whose big-league aspirations threaten to dissolve his relationship with his recently-pregnant girlfriend. 

Four Poems By Jeff Tatay

Sep 15, 2014

Jeff Tatay is an MFA in Creative Writing candidate at University of Wyoming. His writing and photography is inspired by the biological and natural world and his investigation of environment and place. His poetry has appeared in Arsenic Lobster, Clare Literary Journal, Indigo Rising Magazine, Obsession Literary Magazine, and other publications.

H.L. Hix: The Seasons, In Verse

Jul 22, 2014

H. L. Hix teaches in the Philosophy Department at the University of Wyoming.  His most recent poetry collection is As Much As, If Not More Than (Etruscan Press, 2014); the poems recorded here are from his book First Fire, Then Birds (Etruscan Press, 2010). Hix has been recognized with an NEA Fellowship, the Grolier Prize, the T. S. Eliot Prize, and the Peregrine Smith Award. His poems have been translated into Spanish, Russian, Urdu, and other languages.

Two Poems By Kate Northrop

Jul 2, 2014

Kate Northrop teaches in the Department of English at the University of Wyoming. She earned a BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Iowa. Kate recently received the 2014 Jeannette Haien Ballard Writers Award. Her most recent collections of poems, Clean, was published in 2011 by Persea Books.

Heidi Ross

Bestselling novelist Ann Patchett will speak at the University of Wyoming Tuesday, April 22. The free talk includes a Q & A, followed by a book signing.  In addition to the talk, she will meet privately with UW students, including MFA candidates in the creative writing program.