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Students may obtain a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing or a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a Creative Writing option. The program offers writing workshops, literary studies, and form and theory courses in poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.
501 N Riverpoint Blvd Suite 425
Spokane WA 99202-1647
Christopher HowellProfessorRiverpoint One 425Phone: 509.368.6593Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Howell's eighth collection of poems, Light's Ladder, won the Washington State Book Award in 2005. His poems, essays and translations have also appeared in a number of anthologies and journals, including Antioch Review, Colorado Review, Crazy Horse, Denver Quarterly, Field, Gettysburg Review, Harper's, Hudson Review, Iowa Review, Northwest Review, Poetry Northwest, Southern Review and Volt. He has been recipient of three Pushcart Prizes and two National Endowment fellowships, as well as a number of other awards. In addition to teaching, he is senior editor for Eastern Washington University Press.