Creative Writing Alumni Publications

Following is a list of our creative writing graduates who have published at least one book or chapbook:

BECKY ADNOT-HAYNES (PHD, 2014)




The Year of Perfect Happiness (University of North Texas Press, 2014)
   —Winner of the Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Short Fiction

LISA AMPLEMAN (PHD, 2013)
Managing Editor, The Cincinnati Review



Full Cry (National Federation of State Poetry Societies Press, 2013)
   —Winner of the Stevens Poetry Manuscript Competition
I've Been Collecting This to Tell You (Kent State University Press, 2012)
    —Winner of the Wick Poetry Chapbook Competition

CYNTHIA ARRIEU-KING (PHD, 2008)
Associate Professor, Stockton State College



Manifest (Switchback Books, 2013)
    —Winner of the Gatewood Prize
By a Year Lousy with Meteors (Dream Horse Press, 2012), Co-written with Ariana-Sophia Kartsonis
    —Winner of the Dream Horse Press Chapbook Prize
People Are Tiny in Paintings of China (Octopus Books, 2010)

JOSEPH BATES (PHD, 2006)
Assistant Professor, Miami University



Tomorrowland (Curbside Splendor Publishing, 2013)
The Nighttime Novelist (Writer’s Digest Books, 2010)

DAVID BELL (PHD, 2005)
Associate Professor, Western Kentucky University


The Forgotten Girl (NAL, Penguin, 2014
Never Come Back (NAL, Penguin, 2013)
The Hiding Place (NAL, Penguin, 2012)
Cemetery Girl (NAL, Penguin, 2011)
   —Winner of Le Priz Polar International de Cognac
The Girl in the Woods (Delirium Books, 2009)
The Condemned (Delirium Books, 2008)
Commutability: Stories About the Journey from Here to There (Main Street Rag, 2010), Co-editor

JOSH BELL (PHD, 2013) 
Senior Lecturer, Harvard University



Alamo Theory (Copper Canyon Press, 2016)
No Planets Strike (University of Nebraska Press, 2008)

DINA BEN-LEV (PHD, 2001)



Broken Helix (Mid-List Press, 1997),
    —Winner of the Mid-List Press First Series Award
Sober on a Small Plane (Wind Publications, 1995)
Note for a Missing Friend (Slapering Hol, 1991)
    —Winner of the Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Competition

ERIC BLIMAN (PHD, 2013)
Instructor, Penn State Harrisburg


Travel & Leisure (Poetry Society of America, 2012)
    —Winner of the National Chapbook Fellowship

REBEKAH BLOYD (PHD, 1993) 
Senior Adjunct Professor, California College of the Arts

Handsome (Deconstructed Artichoke Press, 2011)
Seabook (Meduza Press, 2000)
Sister Island (Blackberry Press, 1987)

MURRAY BODO (PHD, 1991) 
Visiting Professor, Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure University


AutumnTrain (Tau Publishing, 2015)
Something Like Jasmine (Tau Publishing, 2012)
Wounded Angels (Blissfool Books, 2009)
The Earth Moves at Midnight and Other Poems (St. Anthony Messenger Press, 2003)

DANIEL BOWMAN JR. (MA, 2006)
Associate Professor, Taylor University



A Plum Tree in Leatherstocking Country (VAC Poetry Chicago, 2012)
Notes from the Spectrum (Cascade Books, forthcoming)

BRIAN BRODEUR (PHD, 2015)
Assitant Professor, Indiana University East




Local Fauna (Kent State University Press, 2015)
    —Winner of the Wick Poetry Chapbook Competition
Natural Causes (Autumn House Press, 2011)
    —Winner of the Autumn House Press Poetry Prize
Other Latitudes (University of Akron Press, 2007)
   —Winner of Akron Poetry Prize
So the Night Cannot Go On Without Us (White Eagle Coffee Store Press, 2006)
   —Winner of the Poetry Chapbook Prize