Award-winning poet and translator Graham Foust, professor at the University of Denver, will join the teaching and residency faculty of the University of Nebraska Omaha MFA in Writing program in its Summer Residency Session.
“Graham has been a frequent guest lecturer at our residencies,” said Richard Duggin, Program Coordinator. “He’s a brilliant writer and teacher. Having him engaged in one-on-one mentoring of our students is a huge plus for our program.”
Foust is the author of six collections of poetry, including Time Down to Mind (Flood Editions, 2015), and, with Samuel Frederick, two translations of the work of German poet Ernst Meister. Foust’s poems appear in Harper’s, The Nation, The New Republic, Poetry, and many other journals.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha's low-residency MFA in Writing program is composed of four 16-week at-home semesters and five 10-day conference-style residencies.
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