Staff Bibliography

In addition to their work at the Writing Center—and to their pedagogical roles at colleges throughout the city—our consultants lead active writing lives. They are essayists, novelists, poets, reviewers, and editors, and they run presses, reading series, and magazines. This bibliography showcases some of the writing work consultants do.

This list compiles just some of the many accomplishments of our staff; other information about consultants can be found in their biographies.

General Nonfiction | Fiction | Poetry | Scholarship | Presentations | Interviews | Translations | Awards

 

Most Recent Publications, Presentations, and Awards:

Carrie Fisher Showed Us How to Normalize Mental Illness Without Minimizing It.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. The Mighty, January 2017. (essay)

Hillary Clinton and What It Means to Be a Nasty Woman.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. The Broad Side, November 2016. (essay)

The Way You Make Me Feel.”  Nina Sharma. The Blueshift Journal: Brutal Nation, June 2016. (essay)

Essay on Bad Writing.” Diana Hamilton. Prelude Magazine, Nov. 2015. (poem/essay)

Morning Song 5.” Iris Cushing. Gigantic Sequins, Summer 2015. (poem)

Seek and You Shall Find.” [אַז מע זוכט, געפֿינט מען] Rebecca Galpern. The Yiddish Daily Forward,  Jul. 2015. (essay)

From “Advice on Fear and Trembling.” Diana Hamilton. Rabbit Poetry 16, Summer 2015. (fiction)

“Inhabited Text: Meaning, Materiality and Possibility in Alison Knowles’ A House of Dust.” Iris Cushing. International Conference on Consciousness and Literature, St. Francis College, Brooklyn, June 2015. (presentation)

Interview with Paul Beatty. Alexandra Watson and Cecca Ochoa. Apogee Journal 5, 2015.

BHQFU Emerging Artist Residency. Diana Hamilton. Summer 2015.

Review of Brenda Coultas’ The Tatters. Iris Cushing. Poetry Project Newsletter, Spring 2015.

God was right.” Diana Hamilton. Arava Review, Spring 2015. (poem)

“Driving Lessons.” Longlisted for the Fish Short Story Prize. Shannon Azzato Stephens. Spring 2015. (short story)

“Situating the Place of Multilingual Writers: Moving Beyond Google Translate in a Diverse Writing Center Context.” Deepti Dhir and Titcha Ho. The Tenth Annual Conference on the Teaching of Writing, The University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. March 27, 2015. (paper presentation)

“Robert Lax: Negative Theology and Spiritual Affinity.” Iris Cushing. English Student Association Conference at the CUNY Graduate Center, March 2015.

Millions March v. Santacon: The Role of Millennials in Activism.” Alexandra Watson. Huffington Post, Feb. 2015. (essay)

What’s the Verdict? Racism and the Case against Serial.” Priya Chandrasekaran. Racialicious: The Intersection of Race and Pop Culture, December 18, 2014. (nonfiction)

Selected Poems.” Kathleen Savino. Adrienne: A poetry journal of Queer Women, Issue 3, 2014. (poems)

“Creative Strategies in the Writing Center.” Karen Allison Hammer, Alexander Landfair, Jono Mischkot, Shannon Azzato Stephens, and Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Presented at the CUNY Conference on Best Practices in Reading & Writing Instruction, November 2014. (presentation)

Dance for Me You Six-Plumed Bird of Paradise” and “Happiness Equation.” Melinda Wilson. The Minnesota Review, Number 83, 2014. (poems)

Universe. Diana Hamilton. Ugly Duckling Presse, December 20, 2014. (poetry chapbook)

“Creative Strategies in the Writing Center.” Karen Hammer, Alexander Landfair, Jono Mischkot, Shannon Azzato Stephens, and Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Presented at the CUNY Conference on Best Practices in Reading & Writing Instruction, November 2014.

“Professional Consultants as Researchers: Extending Boundaries Beyond Undergraduate Tutors.” Keri Bertino. International Writing Centers Association Conference, Orlando, FL, October 2014.

Whose Moon Is It Anyway?” Rachel Riederer. Dissent, Fall 2014. (essay)

The Blackness of a Beak Slightly Parted” and “We Blue Bayou.” Melinda Wilson. Valley Voices, Vol. 14 No. 2, Fall 2014. (poems)

A Performance Artist’s Absurd Anatomical Odyssey.” Iris Cushing. Hyperallergic, October 2014. (essay)

Big Will.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. Commonline Journal, September 2014. (short story)

Celebrate Corporate Personhood!” Rachel Riederer. Guernica, July 23, 2014. (satire)

“Contingent Professional Development: From Competency and Integration to Empowerment.” Keri Bertino. Writing Program Administrators Conference, Normal, IL, July 2014.

The Headmaster.” Matthew Rossi. JERRY, 2014. (essay)

Silicon Valley Says Space Mining Is Awesome and Will Change Life on Earth. That’s Only Half Right.” Rachel Riederer. New Republic, May 19, 2014. (essay)

Scratching the Surface of Things.” Iris Cushing. Hyperallergic, April 2014.  (essay)

George W. Bush, Sated Artist.” Matt Lombardi. Guernica, April 2014. (essay)

Holly Melgard’s Friends & Family. Joey Yearous-Algozin. Bon Aire Projects, March 2014. (book)

“Finding Your Voice 140 Characters At A Time: How Social and Digital Media Incubates Second Language Learners on Their Road to Linguistic Mastery.” Titcha Ho. Research Network Forum, Conference on College Composition and Communication March 19, 2014. (presentation)

Bat Skin.” Melinda Wilson. The Cincinnati Review, 10.2, Winter 2014. (poem)

Showcased Writer: Priya Chandrasekaran.” Sophia Vadino. Silk Road Review: A Literary Crossroads, February 4, 2014. (interview)

 

General Nonfiction(essays, articles, reviews, criticism):

Carrie Fisher Showed Us How to Normalize Mental Illness Without Minimizing It.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. The Mighty, January 2017. (essay)

Hillary Clinton and What It Means to Be a Nasty Woman.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. The Broad Side. November 14, 2016. (essay)

The Way You Make Me Feel.”  Nina Sharma. The Blueshift Journal: Brutal Nation, June 2016. (essay)

Essay on Bad Writing.” Diana Hamilton. Prelude Magazine, Nov. 2015. (poem/essay)

“Seek and You Shall Find.” [אַז מע זוכט, געפֿינט מען] Rebecca Galpern. The Yiddish Daily Forward,  Jul. 2015 (essay)

Review of Brenda Coultas’ The Tatters. Iris Cushing. Poetry Project Newsletter, Spring 2015.

Millions March v. Santacon: The Role of Millennials in Activism.” Alexandra Watson. Huffington Post, Feb. 2015.

Aral Spring.” Rachel Riederer. Audubon, Jan./Feb. 2015. (essay)

What’s the Verdict? Racism and the Case against Serial.” Priya Chandrasekaran. Racialicious: The Intersection of Race and Pop Culture, December 18, 2014.

A Performance Artist’s Absurd Anatomical Odyssey.” Iris Cushing. Hyperallergic, October 2014. (essay)

The Artistic Madness of the American South.” Ed Winstead. Hyperallergic, June 2014. (essay)

Silicon Valley Says Space Mining Is Awesome and Will Change Life on Earth. That’s Only Half Right.” Rachel Riederer. New Republic, May 19, 2014. (essay)

Scratching the Surface of Things.” Iris Cushing. Hyperallergic, April 2014.  (essay)

George W. Bush, Sated Artist.” Matt Lombardi. Guernica, April 2014. (essay)

Told You So.” Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Killing the Buddha, April 2014. (essay)

On A Strange Roof, Thinking of Home.” Ed Winstead. Guernica Magazine, March 2014. (essay)

Colonialism and the Animal Welfare Movement.” Keridiana Chez. Animal Archives, February 2014. (blog)

In the Land of the Heavy Lifting.” Heather Samples. Guernica Magazine, February 2014. (essay)

A Physics of the Heart: On Grief, M-Theory, and Skippy Dies.” Kalpana Narayanan. The Millions, February 2014. (essay)

Ham on Nye: Beyond the Debate.” Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Killing the Buddha, February 2014. (essay)

When Did We Start Calling Hydrophobia ‘Rabies’?” Keridiana Chez. Animal Archives, February 2014. (blog)

Facebook of the Dead.” Alexander Landfair. The Missouri Review, November 2013. (essay)

My Abortion.” Meaghan Winter. New York Magazine, November 2013. (article)

Giving Thanks for Torn Bread.” Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Killing the Buddha, November 2013. (essay)

Creating Carnivores and Cannibals: Regulating the Traffic in Meat.” Keridiana Chez. Animal Archives, November 2013. (blog)

“‘Are We Broken?’: 15 Couples on Not Having Sex.” Meaghan Winter. New York Magazine, October 2013. (article)

Free from Poison.” Keridiana Chez. Animal Archives, October 2013. (blog)

Parliamentary Inquiry.” Ed Winstead. Guernica Magazine, July 2013. (essay)

On E.F. Schumacher.” Rachel Riederer. Tin House, May 2013. (essay)

Teaching ‘The Great Gatsby’ in Chengdu, China.” Matt Lombardi. The Daily Beast, May 2013. (essay)

Discovering ‘Little Syria’—New York’s Long-Lost Arab Neighborhood.” Brook Wilensky-Lanford, May 2013. (essay)

16 Women on How They’re Dealing with Debt.” Meaghan Winter.  New York Magazine, April 2013. (article)

The Grey Area: Gentrification in Hamilton Heights.” Alexandra Watson.  Apogee Journal blog, 2013. (essay)

The Biographers.” Ed Winstead. The Miami Rail, Spring 2013. (essay)

Fifteen Women (and a Few Men) on Aborting.” Meaghan Winter. New York Magazine, January 2013. (article)

Josef Kaplan’s Democracy is Not for the People.” Diana Hamilton. The Believer Magazine, January 2013. (review)

“‘Weight Gain is Grounds for Divorce’: Eleven Couples Discuss Their Bodies.” Meaghan Winter. New York Magazine, January 2013. (article)

Review of This Is How You Lose Her. Alexandra Watson. Columbia Journal blog, 2012.

Planetary Emergency: an interview with Bill McKibben.” Rachel Riederer. Guernica, December, 2012. (essay)

Finding Noah’s Flood: A Misconception of Biblical Proportions.”Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Religion Dispatches, December 2012. (review)

What Porn Means to Us: Twenty Couples on Tentacles, Baywatch, and the Skin Flicks they Share, Fear, and Imitate.” Meaghan Winter. New York Magazine, October 2012. (article)

The History of My Feelings Towards Genre Fiction in 1997 and 2007, Respectively, Presented as German Compound Nouns With Accompanying Translations.” Ed Winstead. The American Reader, October 2012. (essay)

Title, With Allusion.” Ed Winstead. The American Reader, September 2012. (essay)

Permutations of Early Morning Thoughts.” Ed Winstead. The American Reader, September 2012. (essay)

More Than You Can Chew.” Ed Winstead. The American Reader, September 2012. (essay)

Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil.” Ed Winstead. Guernica Daily, August 2012. (essay)

Rape and Rhetoric.” Rachel Riederer. Guernica Magazine, August 2012. (essay)

How to Sleep Jackknife.” Kathleen Savino. DIAGRAM, May 2012. (essay)

A Room of Everyone’s Own: The Writer as Public Fixture.” Matt Lombardi. The Millions, April 2012. (essay)

Religion for Atheists for the Rest of Us.” Brook Wilensky Lanford. Religion Dispatches, March 2012. (review)

Orthodox Chic.” Meaghan Winter. The Believer, September 2011. (essay)

Adam and Eve or Bust.” Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Religion Dispatches, September 2011. (essay)

Paradise Lust: Searching for the Garden of Eden. Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Grove Press, August 2011. (book)

Anterooms: New Poems and Translations by Richard Wilbur.” Alexander Landfair. Narrative Magazine, May 2011. (essay)

Patient.” Rachel Riederer. The Missouri Review, May 2010. (Anthologized in Best American Essays 2011) (essay)

The Call to Arms (and Legs).” Kate Daloz. Lapham’s Quarterly, December 2009. (essay)

My Personal Netflix Recommendation Categories.” Keri Bertino. McSweeney’s, November 2009. (essay)

The Dowser Dilemma.” Kate Daloz. The American Scholar, Spring 2009. (essay)

North of Boston by Robert Frost.” Alexander Landfair. Narrative Magazine, May 2008. (criticism)

Collected Poems by Donald Justice.” Alexander Landfair. Narrative Magazine, November 2008. (criticism)

 

Fiction:

From “Advice on Fear and Trembling.” Diana Hamilton. Rabbit Poetry 16, Summer 2015. (fiction)

Big Will.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. Commonline Journal, September 2014. (short story)

Celebrate Corporate Personhood!” Rachel Riederer. Guernica, July 23, 2014. (satire)

Holly Melgard’s Friends & Family. Joey Yearous-Algozin. Bon Aire Projects, March 2014. (book)

The Headmaster.” Matthew Rossi. JERRY, 2014. (essay)

Beautiful Joe (1893) by Margaret Marshall Saunders. Ed. Keridiana Chez. Broadview Press. Forthcoming. (novel)

Fish.” Kalpana Narayanan.  Everyday Genius, December 2013. (short story)

Shame Story.” Meaghan Winter. The Kenyon Review, October 2013. (short story)

Shit Advice Columnist.” Diana Hamilton. P-QUEUE,  July 2013. (short story)

Two Women.” Priya Chandrasekaran. Silk Road Review: A Literary Crossroads 10, Winter/Spring 2013.

The Marvelous Mrs. Stanley & the Amazing Dr. Youtz.” Rachel Riederer.  The Pinch, May 2013. (short story)

Aviator on the Prowl.” Kalpana Narayanan. The Boston Review, July 2011. (Winner of Boston Review’s annual Aura Estrada short-story contest) (fiction)

The Stops.” Priya Chandrasekaran. J Journal: New Writings on Justice, Spring 2010.

This, of Course, Is Spiritual.” Matt Lombardi. The Bellevue Literary Review, November 2009. (fiction)

The Last Days of Roller Disco.” Kate Daloz. Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, February 2008.

 

Poetry:

Morning Song 5.” Iris Cushing. Gigantic Sequins, Summer 2015. (poem)

God was right.” Diana Hamilton. Arava Review, Spring 2015. (poem)

Dance for Me You Six-Plumed Bird of Paradise” and “Happiness Equation.” Melinda Wilson. The Minnesota Review, Number 83, 2014. (poems)

Selected Poems.” Kathleen Savino. Adrienne: A poetry journal of Queer Women, Issue 3, 2014. (poems)

Universe. Diana Hamilton. Ugly Duckling Presse, December 20, 2014. (book)

The Blackness of a Beak Slightly Parted” and “We Blue Bayou.” Melinda Wilson. Valley Voices, Vol. 14 No. 2, Fall 2014. (poems).

Holly Melgard’s Friends & Family. Joey Yearous-Algozin. Bon Aire Projects, March 2014. (book)

Silent Arizona.” Iris Cushing. Sakura Review, February 2014. (poem)

Five Poems.” Iris Cushing. Abraham Lincoln, January 2014. (poems)

Wyoming. Iris Cushing. Furniture Press Books, January 2014. (Winner of the 2014 Furniture Press Poetry Prize) (book)

Bat Skin.” Melinda Wilson. The Cincinnati Review, 10.2, Winter 2014. (poem)

Universe.” Diana Hamilton. Bomb Magazine, May 2013. (poem)

“put me in a white bed.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. Icarus, February 2013. (poem)

Hats” and “Hairpulling.” Diana Hamilton. Two Serious Ladies, May 2013. (poems)

Okay, Okay. Hamilton, Diana. Truck Books, May 2012. (book)

Three Poems.”  Iris Cushing. Two Serious Ladies, June 2012. (poems)

Poet’s Sampler: Iris Cushing.” Iris Cushing. Boston Review, January 2012. (poems)

I don’t believe the dead can see what you do with their things.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. The Sugar House Review, October 2011. (poem)

A Map.” Alexander Landfair. The Spoon River Poetry Review,  June 2011. (Runner-up of the Spoon River Review’s Editors Prize) (poem)

“Sugar and Salt.” Alexandra Watson. Apogee Journal 1, 2011. (poem)

No Letters.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. The Susquehanna Review, November 2010. poem)

New England Saltbox.” Alexander Landfair. The The Poetry Blog, March 2010. (poem)

AMPLEXUS. Melinda Wilson. Dancing Girl Press, 2010. (book)

Husbandry.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. Anderbo, August 2009. (poem)

Other forms of water falling from the sky.” Shannon Azzato Stephens. Brink Magazine, October 2009. (poem)

From the Samaritan’s Notebook.” Alexander Landfair. Spoon River Poetry Review, March 2009.  (poem)

From the Artist’s Notebook.” Alexander Landfair. Spoon River Poetry Review, December 2008.  (poem)

Frost in Florida.” Alexander Landfair. Western Humanities Review, May 2008. (poem)

 

Scholarship:

Victorian Dogs, Victorian Men: Affect and Animals in the Transatlantic Novel. Keridiana Chez. (book manuscript in progress)

“‘You can’t trust wolves no more nor women’: Canines, Women, and Deceptive Docility.” Keridiana Chez. Victorian Review 38.1, 2012. (article)

Book Review of Making Animal Meaning.” Keridiana Chez. Society and Animals 20.2, 2011. (review)

Popular Ethnic Food Guides as Auto/Ethnographic Project: The Multicultural and Gender Politics of Urban Culinary Tourism.” Keridiana Chez. Journal of American Culture 34.3, 2011. (article)

‘I Got Your Back’: Looking Closely at Women Learners’ Collaboration and Leadership in Three Studies.” Eleanor Drago-Severson, Sondra Cuban, Kate Daloz. Adult Basic Education and Literacy Journal, Fall 2009.

 

Presentations:

“So Superman Walks into a Writing Center: Translingual Approach Implementation for both Earthlings and Non-Earthlings.” Deepti Dhir and Titcha HO. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Houston, TX, April 7, 2016. (forthcoming presentation)

“Inhabited Text: Meaning, Materiality and Possibility in Alison Knowles’ A House of Dust.” Iris Cushing. International Conference on Consciousness and Literature, St. Francis College, Brooklyn, June 2015.

“Robert Lax: Negative Theology and Spiritual Affinity.” Iris Cushing. English Student Association Conference at the CUNY Graduate Center, March 2015.

“Situating the Place of Multilingual Writers: Moving Beyond Google Translate in a Diverse Writing Center Context.” Deepti Dhir and Titcha Ho.
The Tenth Annual Conference on the Teaching of Writing, The University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. March 27, 2015. (presentation)

“Creative Strategies in the Writing Center.” Karen Hammer, Alexander Landfair, Jono Mischkot, Shannon Azzato Stephens, and Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Presented at the CUNY Conference on Best Practices in Reading & Writing Instruction, November 2014.

“Professional Consultants as Researchers: Extending Boundaries Beyond Undergraduate Tutors.” Keri Bertino. International Writing Centers Association Conference, Orlando, FL, October 2014.

“Contingent Professional Development: From Competency and Integration to Empowerment.” Keri Bertino. Writing Program Administrators Conference, Normal, IL, July 2014.

“Finding Your Voice 140 Characters At A Time: How Social and Digital Media Incubates Second Language Learners on Their Road to Linguistic Mastery.” Titcha Ho. Research Network Forum, Conference on College Composition and Communication March 19, 2014. (presentation)

“After the Interesting: Post-conceptual writing’s recourse to style.” Diana Hamilton. American Comparative Literature Association, New York, NY, March 20-23. (Organized seminar on “Poetry and Society.”)

Advice for Today’s Men and Women.” Diana Hamilton. Invited lecture at the University of Pennsylvania’s “Poetry & Poetics Reading Group” (critical and creative presentation), March 18, 2014.

“The Style of the Image.” Diana Hamilton. Beyond the Cut-Up Method: William S. Burroughs and the Image. The Photographer’s Gallery, London, UK. Feb. 15, 2014.

“Smartphone as a Smart Access: Using a Smartphone as a Bridging Platform to Decrease the Digital Divide in Composition Classrooms with Multilingual Students.” Titcha Ho. Paper presented at the 2013 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, Boston, MA, Nov. 22, 2013.

“Tinglish (Thai-English) on Facebook.” Titcha Ho. Poster presented at Three Rivers TESOL conference, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, Oct. 26, 2013. (poster presentation)

“Style as Automaton: the cut-up method in Burroughs’ trilogies.” Diana Hamilton. American Comparative Literature Association, Toronto, ON, Canada. April 4-7, 2013.

“The Prosaic Psychoanalytic Act: on passivity and poetry in Kierkegaard’s Repetition.” Diana Hamilton. The Act in/and Its Effects, the Psychoanalysis Reading Group Conference at Cornell University, March 9, 2013.

“Writing-Centered Workshops: A Methodology for Situated Curricular Design.” Keri Bertino. International Writing Centers Association Conference, San Diego, CA, October 2012.

“Poetry, Prose, and Concept: Reading Conceptual Poetry Literarily.”  Diana Hamilton. American Comparative Literature Association, Providence, RI. March 28-April 1, 2012.

“The Pedagogical Potential of Student Publications: Re-imagining the Acceptance/Rejection Letter as an Opportunity for Student Engagement.” Keri Bertino. Conference of the European Association for the Teaching of Writing, Limerick, Ireland, June 2011.

“Conceptual Poetry and Heterogeneity.” Diana Hamilton. Repetition and Revolt, organized by the Theory Reading Group at Cornell University, April 2011.

“’We’re Like Herding Cats’: Digital Video Student/Faculty Interviews as a Site of Institutional Conversation and WAC Development.” Keri Bertino. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA, April 2011.

“Negotiating Values: Evaluating Priorities while Navigating New Waters.” Keri Bertino. International Writing Centers Association Conference, Baltimore, MD, October 2010.

“Online Publishing as WAC: The Case of Blogs@Baruch.” Keri Bertino. Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Bloomington, IN, May 2010.

“To Build or To Burn: An Approach to Outreach for New Directors.” Keri Bertino. International Writing Centers Association Collaborative @ Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco, CA, March 2009.

“Student-Authored Session Records.” Keri Bertino. International Writing Center Association conference, Las Vegas, NV, November 2008.

 

Interviews:

Interview with Paul Beatty. Alexandra Watson and Cecca Ochoa. Apogee Journal 5, 2015.

What is Poetry?” Diana Hamilton. Ugly Duckling Presse Tumblr, September 2014. (interview)

Talking to Noah Screenwriter on Being an Eco-Wacko.” Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Religion Dispatches, April 2014. (interview)

Religion Comes to its Senses.” Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Religion Dispatches, March 2014. (interview)

Showcased Writer: Priya Chandrasekaran.” Sophia Vadino. Silk Road Review: A Literary Crossroads, February 4, 2014.

Jasmine Dreame Wagner with Iris Cushing.” Iris Cushing. The Conversant, January, 2014. (interview)

Some Strange Harmony.” Alexander Landfair. Guernica Daily. April, 2013. (Interview)

Interview with Iris Cushing.” Iris Cushing. Paperblög Magazine, January 2013. (interview)

High Ark: A Geologist on the True Meaning of Noah’s Flood.” Brook Wilensky-Landford. Religion Dispatches, September 2012. (interview)

Rencontre avec Iris Cushing.” Iris Cushing. Recourse au Poème, April 2012. (interview)

The Garden of Eden: A Dull Place? Paradise Lust Author Explains…” Brook Wilensky-Lanford. Religion Dispatches, August 2011. (interview)

Tree Interview with Iris Cushing.” Iris Cushing. Poets Touching Trees, September 2013. (interview)

 

Translations:

“Shadow Texts.” Alexandra Watson. Aldus Journal of Translation, 2011.

 

Awards:

BHQFU Emerging Artist Residency. Diana Hamilton. Summer 2015.

“Driving Lessons.” Longlisted for the Fish Short Story Prize. Shannon Azzato Stephens. Spring 2015.

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Process Space Residency. Iris Cushing.  Summer/Fall 2014.

Carnegie Mellon University Adamson Award for Creative Nonfiction. Shannon Azzato Stephens. Fall 2011.

Carnegie Mellon University Adamson Award for Poetry. Shannon Azzato Stephens. 2011.

Patient.” Rachel Riederer. The Missouri Review, May 2010. (Anthologized in Best American Essays 2011) (essay)

Carnegie Mellon University Adamson Award for Poetry. Shannon Azzato Stephens. 2010.

Carnegie Mellon University Adamson Award for Fiction. Shannon Azzato Stephens. 2010.

Fulbright-Hays GPA Fellowship. Alexander Landfair. US Department of Education. Summer 2008.

Smith College Book Award. Shannon Stephens. 2006.

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