Writing in 10-Minute Snatches of Time
Sarah Grunder Ruiz, 2018 NC State MFA fiction graduate, is a rising tide. Despite teaching full-time and anticipating the release of her debut novel, she still makes the time to pop up in zoom windows, sharing detailed slides and advice with current MFA students. Projecting organization and endless calm, she raises all ships, generously and freely sharing what she’s learned about writing and publishing, post-MFA.
Recreating the Sights and Sounds of 17th Century London
The project, which is led by English professor John Wall, helps us place the art, literature and history of the period into context.
“Community Matters Here”: Inside NC State’s Creative Writing MFA Program
NC State’s MFA in Creative Writing program is devoted to tangible creative output and is informed by a mixture of classroom instruction, peer support and faculty mentorship.
Wolfpack Writers: Cadwell Turnbull
We caught up with English alumnus and professor Cadwell Turnbull to learn more about his new book “No Gods, No Monsters.”
Submit Your Stories to the 2021 NC State Fiction Contest
The NC State Fiction Contest is one of the largest free-to-enter writing contests in the South.
Second-Year MA in Rhetoric and Composition Student, Lydia Elrod, Awarded the Witherspoon Fellowship 2021!
Lydia Elrod was awarded the prestigious Witherspoon Fellowship Award, which is awarded to students who have demonstrated experience in or a commitment to supporting Black communities within and beyond NC State’s campus.
Entrepreneur Kaitlin Fritz Reimagines How Children Experience Arts, Culture
NC State alumna Kaitlin Fritz discusses starting a business, creating virtual reality educational games, being named to Forbes’ 30 under 30 Europe and more.
Wolfpack Writers: Threa Almontaser
We caught up with English alumna Threa Almontaser to learn more about her first manuscript "The Wild Fox of Yemen."
English Professor Named National Humanities Center Fellow
NC State English professor Tim Stinson will examine the cultural and religious uses of stories about Jerusalem’s destruction in late medieval England during a year-long fellowship at the National Humanities Center.
Wolfpack Writers: Danielle Fuentes Morgan
We caught up with English alumna Danielle Fuentes Morgan to learn more about her debut novel "Laughing to Keep from Dying."