In the News
Our program graduates go on to do exciting work in a diverse range of fields. They win awards for their books, stories, essays and poems. They teach, work as editors, photographers, journalists, and radio and television producers. They run publishing companies. They travel the globe, find love, reunite with friends and family. Most importantly, they write. As they develop their craft, their contributions to the literary arts become more visible, more important, more lasting.
After earning his MFA at Murray State University, Jack Cobb set out for Asia, where he lived, taught, and found love.
His work has appeared in the Summerset Review Best of 2008 Anthology, Wanderlust Review, Cream City Review, Weave, and Red Clay Review.
He has taught at Changwon National University in South Korea, where he also served as English language editor for Changwon Magazine.
He is pictured far left next to Nok Yoong, in the South Korean Upo Wetlands.
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