From Poetry to Painting 

  By Ryan Favata    I was drawing before I was writing—comic book heroes and villains, weather phenomena, my first dog—because it made sense at an early age. As a child, where words failed me, my eyes never lied. It was there, right in front me, the only pure truth I could rationalize, not layered … Continue reading From Poetry to Painting 

Interview with Patty Yumi Cottrell

By: Carley Fockler I am now in my third semester of Stetson’s MFA of the Americas program. This program has allowed me to interact and collaborate with many people. This semester I have the distinct pleasure of having Patty Yumi Cottrell as my professor and mentor. She is the author of Sorry to Disrupt the … Continue reading Interview with Patty Yumi Cottrell

Rio Morning Sounds

By Mary T. Duerksen The photo and audio clip provided come from our second semester student Mary. Listen to the sounds of Rio in the morning, from construction, to dogs barking, to the buzz of a beautiful city.