Tag Archives: creative writing

New center gives space to writers and speakers

Once upon a time, there was a university in central Indiana with its eye on a stronger creative writing program. Without waxing “Grimm,” Butler University’s tale involves a four-year-old Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing that needed a new home. The Efroymson Center will begin hosting speaking events on Feb. 15, after opening

Professor earns high scores for short story

Perseverance has true meaning to a man who waited years to see his hard work pay off. Bryan Furuness, Butler University adjunct professor of English, is among the honored writers to be published in this year’s “Best American Nonrequired Reading” anthology. Furuness’ short story, “Man of Steel,” will be the featured work. The “Best American

Butler welcomes first Writer-in-Residence

This year, Butler’s Creative Writing Master’s of Fine Arts (MFA) Program will have its own Writer-in-Residence, Michael Dahlie. Dahlie will be working closely with graduate students, teaching two writing workshops for MFA students as well as a craft class and senior capstone in the sping. Dahlie said the transition from being a full-time writer to