Program Director

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Stephen Lovely

Director, Iowa Young Writers' Studio
Stephen Lovely has been the Director of the Iowa Young Writers’ Studio since 2005. He has led over 30 sessions of the program and hosted more than 2000 students. Stephen attended Kenyon College, where he majored in English, and the Iowa Writers' Workshop, where he studied with Deborah Eisenberg, Margot Livesey, Ethan Canin, and Frank Conroy. His first novel, Irreplaceable, was published by Hyperion/Voice in 2009 and translated into German, Dutch, and Chinese. Irreplaceable received the Dana Award for the Novel and a James Michener-Copernicus Society of America Award. Stephen currently lives in Iowa City with his wife and several dogs and cats. He is working on a second novel.

Program Staff

Teachers and counselors at the Iowa Young Writers’ Studio are chosen, with rare exceptions, from among the students and graduates of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa. The Iowa Writers’ Workshop, founded in 1936, was the first graduate creative writing program in the United States and is still regarded as one of the finest. The Iowa Writers’ Workshop typically accepts 25 fiction writers and 25 poets every year from an application pool of over 1,500. Teachers and counselors for the Iowa Young Writers’ Studio are thus by default not only extraordinarily accomplished writers in the early stages of their careers, but have had the opportunity to acquire extensive teaching experience while studying at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, in many cases teaching creative writing to undergraduates. It is for their teaching experience, enthusiasm, and expertise that we hire them to work at the Iowa Young Writers’ Studio. In short, the Iowa Young Writers’ Studio offers young, passionate, high school-age creative writers the opportunity to study with some of the finest writers and teachers in the country.

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Adeniyi Ademoroti

Adeniyi Ademoroti is a fiction writer from Lagos, Nigeria. He’s an MFA candidate at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and his work has appeared in The Southern Review, AGNI and Hobart.

Adams Adeosun

Adams Adeosun (he/they) is a writer and MFA candidate at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Their work has been published in magazines and anthologies including Catapult, Litro UK, Transition, The Offing, Limbe to Lagos: Nonfiction from Cameroon and Nigeria. Their debut poetry chapbook, If the Golden Hour Won't Come For Us, is forthcoming in Akashic Books' New-Generation African Poets box set in 2024.
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Kevin Allardice

Kevin Allardice is the author of the novel Any Resemblance to Actual Persons, published by Counterpoint Press in 2013, and Family Genus Species (Outpost, May, 2017). He earned his MFA at The University of Virginia. His fiction has appeared in The Santa Monica Review, The Florida Review, The North American Review, Gulf Coast, and elsewhere; it has also won the Donald Barthelme Prize, twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and been long-listed for the Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize. As of August 2023 he will be living in Iowa City.
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Ren Arcamone

Ren Arcamone is a writer from Sydney, Australia. She’s a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers’ Workshop. Her work is published or forthcoming in Gulf Coast and HEAT. She lives in Iowa City, where she writes about ghosts, monsters, cyborgs, sentient plant life, distant galaxies, and queer ladies with big feelings. Currently, she’s at work on a short story collection and a novel.
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Madison Archard

Madison Archard attended the Johns Hopkins University, where she became interested in queer feminist poetics, the visual language of film, and the social efficacy of the written word. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She believes that poetry—and by extrapolation literature—is more than a mirror for the disordered subconscious. It is our greatest hope for finding one another, for seeing and being seen, for speaking to the world around us. She is currently a graduate student in English Literature at the University of Buffalo.
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Ellen Boyette

Ellen Boyette received her MFA at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, where she was an Alberta Kelley Fellow and Teaching-Writing Fellow. Her first book of poems, BEDIEVAL, was a finalist for the Slope Editions 2019 Book Prize judged by Solmaz Sharif as well as the CSU 2021 Lighthouse Series Book Prize judged by Shane McCrae. Her work can be found at jubilat, Prelude,, The Columbia Review, Bennington Review, and elsewhere. She is originally from Asheville, NC, where she enjoys hiking, live music, and playing with her two cats.
Christine Byrne

Christine Byrne

Christine Byrne is an MFA candidate in poetry at The Iowa Writers’ Workshop, where she won the John Logan Poetry Prize and was selected to read for the Mission Creek Festival Literary Walk. Prior to the workshop, she studied English at the University of Connecticut. In her time there, she toured in the Connecticut Poetry Circuit and received a Wallace Stevens Poetry Prize. Christine was previously the AV editor for Another Chicago Magazine and is currently a poetry reader for the Iowa Review. In addition to writing, Christine is a painter and ceramist. Her most recent poetry appears or is forthcoming in Pacifica, Barnstorm, the New England Review, and elsewhere
Nora Claire Miller

Nora Claire Miller

Nora Claire Miller is a poet and multidisciplinary artist and the author of the chapbook LULL (2020). Nora’s poems can be found Bennington Review, Hobart, Prelude, Tagvverk, and other places. Recently, Nora’s poem “In the Far Present” was selected by Douglas Kearney as runner-up for the 2021 Quarterly West Poetry Contest. In 2020, Nora was the winner of a Bat City Review Editor’s Prize. Nora is currently based in Western Massachusetts, where they serve as editor-in-chief of Ghost Proposal, a chapbook press and journal. In their spare time, Nora enjoys listening for owls in the woods, hanging out with their cat Ramona, repairing vintage lava lamps, and deep-frying poems. Nora holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and a BA from Hampshire College.
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Moriana Delgado

Moriana Delgado (she/her) is a writer currently living in Iowa City, where she is an MFA candidate at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in poetry. She composes poems both in English and Spanish, which have appeared in The Poetry Review, Poetry Foundation, Punto de Partida, and others. She was a fellow at the Foundation for Mexican Literature, and the National Fund for Arts and Culture. Besides writing poems, she likes essaying Chinese in its simplified form.
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Drue Denmon

Drue Denmon is a writer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop where she has been working on a novel about young classical musicians in Pittsburgh. She loves her really exhausting and complex coffee making routine and taking pictures of the same sunset every day.
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Scott Ditzler

Scott Ditzler is a recent graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, where he was a Capote Fellow and a Teaching Writing Fellow. His fiction has appeared in Crazyhorse, December, and Puerto del Sol. His articles and reviews have appeared in The Kansas City Star. Scott currently lives and teaches in Iowa City, where he is working on a novel about working on a novel. When he isn’t busy worrying about writing, he enjoys distance running and organic gardening.
Eirill Falck

Eirill Falck

Eirill Falck is a writer, translator, and editor. Her work has appeared in The Kenyon Review, Poetry Magazine, and Michigan Quarterly Review. She received an MFA in Creative Writing from the Helen Zell Writers’ Program at the University of Michigan, where she was subsequently a Zell Fellow. She was a 2020-2022 Iowa Arts Fellow at the University of Iowa, where she completed an MFA in Literary Translation. While at the University of Iowa, she received the Stanley Award for International Research, for her work on translations of Edvard Munch’s journals. She is the recipient of the John Wagner Prize and the Hopwood Award, and has received support from The Elizabeth Kostova Foundation and The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation. Eirill is the co-founder of MQR: Mixtape, an imprint of Michigan Quarterly Review. She is represented by The Wylie Agency.
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Indya Finch

Indya Finch is from rural East Texas. She received her BA in Film from Sam Houston State University and her MFA in Fiction from the Iowa Writers' Workshop where she received the Truman Capote Fellowship. Her work has been published in The Oxford American and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. When she's not being a teacher, she loves to watch movies and refuses to stop talking through them because she believes movie watching is a communal activity. Her favorite thing in the whole world is her beautiful orange cat Pablo who she named after Pablo Picasso. They both live in Iowa City.
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Celine Fitzpatrick

Celine Fitzpatrick is a writer who grew up between Chicago and Moscow. This upbringing is the subject of much of her realistic fiction, and a mentor once told her that her stories were concerned with “unearthing generational silences.” Sometimes she likes to take a break from all that stuff by writing silly, fantastical screenplays about witches, amateur necromancers, and wild west outlaws. She is currently an MFA candidate in Fiction at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and working on a historical fiction novel titled The Thaw, which follows the relationship of an actress and her dressmaker in 1960s Soviet Russia.
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Logan Hoffman-Smith

Logan Hoffman-Smith is a queer trans Chinese American Adoptee located in Iowa City. They are an MFA candidate in fiction at the University of Iowa and a Kundiman Fiction Fellow. In their free time, they enjoy bouldering, roller skating, researching the habits of ocean creatures, and picking up unknown neighborhood cats.
Jane Huffman

Jane Huffman

Jane Huffman's poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Nation, POETRY, The New Yorker, The Kenyon Review, and elsewhere. She was a 2019 recipient of the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation. Jane is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She is founder and editor-in-chief of Guesthouse (, an online literary journal. She currently works as an instructor at the University of Iowa Magid Center for Undergraduate Writing and as a grant writer at the Iowa Youth Writing Project. Beginning in Fall 2022, she will be a PhD candidate in poetry at the University of Denver. Jane currently lives in Iowa City with her poodle, Gromit.
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Aaron Hwang

Aaron Hwang is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. He also graduated Yale with a Writing Concentration, but doesn’t really like to talk about it. He has never been a dragon or dipped his hand into the emptiness beyond the rim of the universe. He is perpetually losing things, and forgetting things, and running late. He turned this bio in late. He is not and has never been fancy. Please do not bully him.
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Gilad Jaffe

Gilad Jaffe is an Iowa Arts Fellow and MFA candidate in poetry at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Originally from New York City, he holds a BA in Written Arts from Bard College where he was awarded the Academy of American Poets Prize, and has served on staff with the John Cage Trust, Conjunctions, and AmeriCorps at the Providence Children's Museum. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Bennington Review, Colorado Review, Cream City Review, Denver Quarterly, DIAGRAM, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, The Iowa Review, [PANK], Salt Hill, and TriQuarterly, among others. Gilad has received generous support from the Abrons Arts Center, PEN America, and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.
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Jeremiah Jenkins

Jeremiah Jenkins is a fiction writer by day and a sleeping fiction writer by night. He was born in Canada, which is a large country just north of the Canadian border. He used to be ambidextrous but he recently forgot how.
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Jing Jian

Jing Jian (JJ) immigrated from Wuhan, China to Long Island, NY when she was thirteen. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and is working on a first novel. Before coming to Iowa, JJ studied math at MIT and worked as a software engineer. She practices aerial dance in her spare time.
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Santiago Jose Sanchez

Santiago Jose Sanchez is a queer, Colombian-American writer based in Grinnell, Iowa, where they spent the 2021-22 academic year teaching writing at Grinnell College. Their stories have been published in McSweeney's, ZYZZYVA, Subtropics, Joyland, as well as distinguished in the Best American Short Stories 2020. They have received fellowships for their writing from the University of Iowa and the Lambda Literary Writers' Retreat, where they were a 2017 Emerging LGBTQ Voices Fellow.
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Gwyneth Kelly

Gwyneth Kelly is a writer from Silver Spring, Maryland. She studied at Northwestern University and University College London before getting her MFA in fiction from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop; she was also a 2020 University of Iowa Writers’ Room Fellow for television writing. Her work, which has appeared in the Barcelona Review, The Washington Post, The American Scholar, and The New Republic, features lots of weird history, sisters, ghosts, and outlaws, and she is a proud member of the Writers Guild of America.
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Katie Knoll

Katie Knoll is a queer disabled writer from South Florida. Her childhood backyard was frequently visited by rattlesnakes, alligators, armadillos, otters, and other Florida wildlife, and now, she writes often about animals. She shares her life with two dogs, a small parrot, and a dove, and when she isn’t writing, she volunteers as a foster parent for blind, deaf, and otherwise-disabled dogs! She graduated from the Writers’ Workshop in Fiction in 2019, and currently lives in Atlanta. You can find her short stories online.
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Juliana Lamy

Juliana Lamy is a Haitian fiction writer from South Florida. She received her Bachelor’s degree in History & Literature from Harvard University. While there, she was also the recipient of the university’s Le Baron Russell Brigg’s Prize for Undergraduate Fiction, as well as the Gordon Parks Essay Prize for Nonfiction. She is the author of You Were Watching from the Sand (Red Hen Press, 2023). She is currently a fiction candidate at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She really is 6”2, she swears.
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Joan Li

Joan Li is Chinese-American writer from southeastern Connecticut. Her work has been published in The Rumpus, New England Review, Salt Hill, and elsewhere. Prior to attending the Iowa Writers’ Workshop to work on her fiction, she graduated from Harvard with a degree in English Literature and cosplayed as brand strategist for Big Milk among other breakfast foods. She loves reading novels with tender details and complex relationships, but she also can’t resist saccharine manga. She is taking recommendations for period dramas and K-dramas to watch.
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Anna Magavern

Anna Magavern is a translator from the French pursuing her MFA in Literary Translation at the University of Iowa. She likes prose about poetry and poetry about prose. In addition to translating, reading, and talking about translating and reading, she loves to dance (any style), cook breakfast food (eggs over easy), and watch movies (preferably starring Cher).
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Maya Mahony

Maya Mahony grew up in the Bay Area of California and is currently an MFA student in fiction at the Iowa Writer’s Workshop. Her stories have appeared in literary journals such as The Antigonish Review, Scrivener Creative Review, and, among others. Maya has taught creative writing to elementary, middle, and high schoolers, and values creating warm and generative classroom spaces. She writes young adult and middle grade novels, as well as adult short stories, and loves blurring the lines between literary fiction and other genres such as fantasy, romance, and historical fiction. When she's not writing, she can be found playing guitar, hiking, and dancing.
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Ian McMurray

Ian McMurray received his BA in Writing and Film/Media Studies from Johns Hopkins University and his MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop (fiction track). He writes short stories, critical essays, and long-form journalism. He's particularly interested in how and why various cultures prioritize different writing voices. In his free time he enjoys playing with his dog, reading, running, listening to podcasts, and going to the movies. Some of his favorite creative writers are Adam Johnson, Flannery O'Connor, Andrew Sean Greer, Toni Morrison, Sandra Cisneros, Anthony Marra, Denis Johnson, and Karen Russell. Some of his favorite critical writers are Alex Tizon, Rachel Aviv, Emily Nussbaum, and Katy Waldma.
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Nina Morrison

Nina Morrison is a playwright, screenwriter, director and teaching artist. She has presented work in New York City at Dixon Place, Fordham University, the HOT! Festival of Queer Performance, the NY International Fringe Festival, and the Little Theatre series, among others. Nina is working with Sita Girl Productions as a writer’s assistant and story consultant. Her play Féminaal was produced by the Grumble Theater in the Twin Cities. Nina was the Provost’s Postgraduate Visiting Writer in Playwriting 2019-2020 at the University of Iowa. She was also the recipient of an artist’s residency at Dixon Place and a WORKSPACE writer’s residency at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. In addition to teaching at the Iowa Young Writers’ Studio, she teaches playwriting at Chicago Dramatists, she is a lecturer in the University of Iowa’s Link Program and a creative writing instructor for the Belin-Blank Honors Center Summer Writing Residency. MFA Directing, MFA Playwrights Workshop from the University of Iowa.
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Liam Morrissey

Liam Morrissey was born and raised in Chicago. He has spent most of the past decade living in Los Angeles and working in film and television production. He is currently a second year MFA candidate in fiction at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop where he teaches courses on literature and creative writing. He was recently named a 2022 Tin House Scholar.
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Cindy Juyoung Ok

Cindy Juyoung Ok, a former public high school teacher, is currently a creative writing lecturer at UC San Diego and an assistant editor at Guernica Magazine. Cindy’s writing has been supported by fellowships from organizations like Hambidge Center, Banff Centre, and VONA, and published in journals including The Yale Review, Black Warrior Review, and Poetry, with a chapbook, House Work, forthcoming from Ugly Duckling Presse.
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Karen Parkman

Karen Parkman received her MFA in Creative Writing from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Hanging out in a classroom with other people who love writing is one of the great joys of her life. In addition to teaching for the Iowa Young Writers' Studio, she's taught creative writing at the University of Iowa, Kirkwood Community College, and White Bear Center for the Arts, where she is also Outreach Coordinator. Her writing appears in Joyland, Witness, and Michigan Quarterly Review, and has earned fellowships from the Sozopol Fiction Seminars and MacDowell. She currently resides in Minneapolis, but has previously lived in West Virginia, Boston, New Zealand, and of course her beloved Iowa City.
Jarek Pastor

Jarek Pastor

Jarek Pastor is a theatremaker with a focus on play composition, dramaturgy, and directing. Their work operates on symbolic reasoning to enact absurdist portraits of social systems from a mixed race/bilingual/transnational perspective in the spirit of the clown and duende. Their work manifests a theatre of being more than the expected doing— of presence and acquaintance more than deed and explanation. As an instructor, Jarek seeks to nurture a feeling of playful yet focused curiosity in service to the expansion of comprehension and its invigorating effects on the individual and community. Jarek holds an MFA from the University of Iowa Playwrights Workshop and a BA in Playwriting from Columbia College Chicago.
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Yen Pham

Yen Pham is a writer, journalist and MFA candidate in fiction at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She attended Harvard University and Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship. Her work has appeared in The Nation, the New York Times Book Review, The London Review of Books, n+1, Bookforum, and ArtReview.
Hannah Piette

Hannah Piette

Hannah Piette is an MFA candidate in poetry at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and teaches creative writing at the University of Iowa. Before moving to Iowa City, she studied English at UC Berkeley. She was born in Brighton, England, grew up in Los Angeles, and her favorite comic strip character is Nancy.
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Anna Polonyi

Anna Polonyi is a trilingual writer who usually gets her proverbs wrong and reads books about punctuation for fun. A fiction graduate from the Iowa Writers' Workshop, she is at work on a novel about a mythical creature called the Beast of the Gévaudan. When not in Iowa, you can find her in Nantes, France, rowing with an 8-person crew or learning how to identify clouds.
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Eliana Ramage

Eliana Ramage is a fiction writer, a writing teacher, and a college mentor at a non-profit for youth. A Cherokee Nation citizen from Nashville, she is at work on a novel about an aspiring astronaut from her tribe. Her stories have appeared in Beloit Fiction Journal, CRAFT, The Baltimore Review, and The Masters' Review Anthology. She loves dance parties, making elaborate to-do lists, and (more recently) watching little videos on the Tiktok. Eliana is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop.
Nitya Rayapati

Nitya Rayapati

Nitya Rayapati is a fiction writer and translator from Austin. She is currently an MFA candidate at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She has been a Periplus fellow and her work has appeared in Electric Literature, PANK, and Gulf Coast. She loves biking, going on long walks, and deep frying things.

Valentina Ríos Romero

Valentina Ríos Romero is a writer from Mexico City. They are currently pursuing an MFA in fiction at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. At the heart of their writing are perspectives of queerness as defined by its potentiality. Valentina’s writing is informed by their previous work in the museum industry at institutions including the Whitney Museum of American Art, Oxford Modern and the Shelburne Museum.
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Rasheeda Saka

Rasheeda Saka is a Nigerian American writer, and her short stories have appeared in Joyland Magazine, Triquarterly, and Epiphany Magazine. A graduate of Princeton University, she was Literary Hub’s 2020 fall-winter editorial fellow and the assistant editor of Alta Journal’s California Book Club, for which she was awarded a 2021 Eddie & Ozzie Award for Best Newsletter. She loves biking, drinking chai lattes, and eating fried plantains (not at the same time!). Her favorite writers include Edward P. Jones, Namwali Serpell, Yiyun Li, and Ottessa Moshfegh.
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Erin Sherry

Erin Sherry is a fiction writer from the post-apocalyptic part of Pennsylvania where the movie adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's The Road was filmed. Prior to joining the Iowa Writers' Workshop as an Iowa Arts Fellow in fiction, Erin served as a publishing specialist for 826 Boston, a nonprofit youth writing organization. She holds a BFA in fiction writing from Emerson College and is currently at work on a collection of stories about, among other cosmic concerns, a woman with a black hole in her belly, a ghost baby on the moon, fathers who bottle stars and daughters who eat them. Her stories have appeared in the Adroit Journal, Groupie Mag, and the Emerson Review.
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Delilah Silberman

Delilah Silberman is a writer and photographer from New York City. She received her BA in Literature and Visual Arts from Bennington College and is currently an MFA candidate in poetry at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Adroit Journal, Bat City Review, and Hobart.
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Jeneé Skinner

Jeneé Skinner has a degree in Creative Writing and studied Renaissance Literature and the Italian Renaissance at Oxford University. Her work has appeared in the Catapult, Roxane Gay’s The Audacity, Missouri Review, and elsewhere. Additionally, she won Michigan Quarterly Review’s Jesmyn Ward Prize and was a finalist for the Black Warrior Review’s Fiction Contest. She has received fellowships from Tin House Summer Workshop and Kimbilio Writers Retreat. Currently, she is the Writing in Color Book Project Fellow for the Lighthouse Writers Workshop. Her work has been nominated for Best Microfiction, Best of the Net, and a Pushcart. She’s an MFA candidate at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and at work on a historical magical realist novel.
Danielle Wheeler

Danielle Wheeler

Danielle Wheeler was the 2010-2011 Rona Jaffe fellow in poetry at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She currently lives in Iowa City, Iowa, where she teaches writing and literature and manages the online course offerings for the Magid Center for Writing. She can be found online at 
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Connor White

Connor White is from Long Island, New York and is a 2017 graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop. He has taught creative writing at the University of Iowa and at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He graduated with a BFA in Film and Television from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and worked for several years as a film director, producer and editor before coming to Iowa City.
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Samantha Xiao Cody

Samantha Xiao Cody is a former mediocre Physics major with too many hobbies. She currently enjoys knitting and bouldering, but it could be something new in a few months. You can find her in Best Small Fictions 2021, The New England Review, the Missouri Review, and elsewhere.

Former Staff

Writers who have taught or counseled at the Iowa Young Writers' Studio since its founding in 2000 include Daniel Alarcón, Alexia Arthurs, Andy Axel, Katherine Bell, Amy Bernhard, Catherine Blauvelt, Shane Book, Sarah Braunstein, Marion Bright, Jamel Brinkley, Thea Brown, Suzanne Buffam, Austin Bunn, David Busis, Amy Butcher, Scott Butterfield, Greta Byrum, Abdeel Cardoso, Abigail Carney, Marjorie Celona, Daniel Cesca, Ashley Clarke, Harriet Clark, Lindsay Coleman, Arda Collins, Ben Doyle, Nick Dybek, Janelle Effiwatt, Jason England, Michelle Falkoff, Dana Fang, Joe Fassler, Sarah Fay, Adam Fell, Jorge Guerra, David Gorin, Jane Gregory, Jill Haberkern, Ben Hale, Meg Hartmann, Amy Hassinger, Mary Hickman-Fernandez, Nate Hoks, Naomi Jackson, Evan James, Micah Ariel James, Leslie Jamison, Rebecca Johns, Nimo Johnson, Riley Johnson, Amanda Kallis, Daniel Khalastchi, Sally Keith, Kristin Kelly, Justin Kramon, Josh Kryah, Kerrie Kvashay-Boyle, Nam Le, Anna Lewis, Jason Lewis, Jane Lewty, Jack Livings, Claire Lombardo, James Longley, Carmen Maria Machado, Samantha Macpherson, Alex Madison, Dora Malech, Steve Marlowe, Anthony Marra, Peyton Marshall, Aaron McCollough, Madeline McDonnell, Sara McGuirk, Elyse Mele, Nancy Mendoza, Andrew Milward, Fatima Mirza, Kevin Moffett, Melissa Mogollon, Paula Morris, Anna Morrison, Becca Myers, Andrew Nance, Carl Napolitano, Thisbe Nissen, Derek Nnuro, Emily Pettit, Daniel Poppick, Margaret Reges, Alex Ruskell, Lewis Robinson, Dan Rosenberg, Margaret Ross, Anjali Sachdeva, Sanjena Sathian, Christian Schlegel, Lauren Shapiro, Vivian Shotwell, Nina Siegal, Lucy Silag, Will Smiley, Jared Stanley, Kate Sullivan, Michelle Taransky, Tim Taranto, Catherine Theis, Vu Tran, Ryan Tucker, Justin Tussing, Christine Utz, Kelsi Vanada, Anya Ventura, Cara Wall, Keenan Walsh, Patricia Walsh, Malena Watrous, Elizabeth Weiss, Lisa Wells, Monica West, Julia Whicker, Vinnie Wilhelm, Antoine Wilson, De'Shawn Winslow, Rachel Yoder, Ada Zhang, C. Pam Zhang and Jenny Zhang.