Eileen Myles (1994) is featured on Literary Hub in an article discussing The Divinity of Dog Writing. The article points to Myles’s Afterglow, A Dog Memoir as well as Virginia Woolf’s Flush: A Biography. Sit down, roll over and read below. Literary Hub

Catherine Taylor (2015) Catherine Taylor’s (2015) novel You, Me, and the Violence has been published by The Ohio State University Press. Read some reviews

Donna Kaz (1995) received the Devil’s Kitchen Literary Festival’s Best Nonfiction Book Award of 2017 for her book, UN/MASKED, Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour. UN/MASKED exposes in thoughtful nuance what it’s like to be an artist, a feminist, and a person recovering from abuse—and where artists today can expand on the work of the activists who came before. - BITCH magazine Kaz's "Act Like a Feminist Artist" tour will make stops in Atlanta, Baltimore, Montana, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and beyond. Tour locations and dates

ENTROPY’s Best of 2017: Non-Fiction Books Afterglow (a dog memoir) by Eileen Myles (1994) Irradiated Cities by Mariko Nagai (2010) You, Me, and the Violence by Catherine Taylor (2015) See the full list

Paola Cabal (2016) NAJ Portraits: Translating Light with Artist Paola Cabal, an interview with the artist by Noël Jones, is part of the “Portraits” series showcasing new writing by New Arts Journalism (NAJ) students at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Read the full piece

Hillary Jordan (2009) Hillary Jordan's novel Mudbound is now a feature film, and it's receiving its share of Hollywood buzz. Read the CNN review of the film directed by Dee Rees. Read the review

Photo: Jason Mitchell, Garrett Hedlund in 'Mudbound'