In the past year, three of our faculty members have published critically acclaimed books! From left to right, David Hicks’s novel, White Plains (Conundrum/Bower House Press) has been called “an extraordinary novel” by David Lazar, “beautifully wrought . . . a gorgeous and unforgettable debut” by Kathy Fish, and “a captivating debut” by Leni Zumas. Alyse Knorr’s book of poetry, Mega-City Redux, a modern-day update of a 15th-century feminist allegory, won the 2017 Green Mountains Review Poetry Prize. And Scott Dimovitz’s landmark book, Angela Carter: Surrealist, Psychologist, Moral Pornographer, explores the works of one of the most important contemporary English novelists, offering keys to unlocking the secrets of her bizarre and wondrous worlds.