Join author David Leavitt and editor Anton Mueller for an online conversation on Shelter in Place. The event will take place on Thursday, October 29th at Bloomsbury USA’s Facebook page.
Our Recent Books
The Swimmers The Swimmers by Chloe Lane (Fiction '17)
Riding with the Ghost Riding with the Ghost, Justin Taylor (BA, '04)
Shelter in Place David Leavitt (Fiction faculty)
The Throwback Special Chris Bachelder (Fiction, '02)
One Lark, One Horse Michael Hofmann (Poetry faculty)
The Swimmers by Chloe Lane (Fiction '17)
Riding with the Ghost
Riding with the Ghost, Justin Taylor (BA, '04)
Shelter in Place
David Leavitt (Fiction faculty)
The Throwback Special
Chris Bachelder (Fiction, '02)
One Lark, One Horse
Michael Hofmann (Poetry faculty)
- David Leavitt’s novel, Shelter in Place, has been published by Bloomsbury. See his website for upcoming online events.
- Ange Mlinko’s poem “Naples, Florida,” published in the November 5th issue of The New York Review of Books, has been recommended by Sam Sifton, along with Julia Child’s tuna salad sandwich recipe, in his weekly “What to Cook This Weekend” column in The New York Times.
- On October 12th, David Leavitt was a clue on Jeopardy!
- How to Ride a Train in the Andes, a chapbook by Lupita Eyde-Tucker (Poetry, ’23), has been selected as a finalist by Black Lawrence Press’s Black River Prize and Frontier Poetry’s Chapbook Prize.
- Lupita Eyde-Tucker’s poem, “Guaranda,” has been published by [PANK] and selected as a finalist for the Loraine Williams Poetry Prize.
- The Swimmers, a novel by Chloe Lane (Fiction ’17), has been published by Victoria University Press.
- Uwem Akpan has been selected as one of USA Today’s 100 Black novelists you should read.
- David Leavitt’s Florence: A Delicate Case has been selected as one of The Guardian’s top ten books about Florence.
- Justin Taylor (BA, ‘04)’s memoir, Riding with the Ghost, has been published by Random House.
- The All-Night Sun by Diana Zinna (Fiction, ‘98) has made the 2020 Center for Fiction First Novel Prize long list.
- Ange Mlinko reviews A. E. Stallings in the London Review of Books.
- Read about MFA@FLA in the Fall 2019 issue of Explore, the magazine of the University of Florida Graduate School