Alumni Fellows Readings: April Darcy ’16, Larissa Pham ’23, and Guillermo Rebollo Gil ’23
Writers Reading: Summer 2023
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND AVAILABLE TO STREAM | Alumni Fellows April Darcy, Larissa Pham, and Guillermo Rebollo Gil will read as part of the Writers Reading series.
April Darcy MFA ’16, Alumni Fellow (nonfiction)
April's fiction can be found in Shenandoah, where she was awarded the Shenandoah River Fiction Prize, and her nonfiction can be found in Cutleaf and in North American Review, where she was a finalist for the Torch Nonfiction Prize. She was a fellow in the 2020 BookEnds novel revision program at Stony Brook University, and she received a 2020 Elizabeth George Foundation grant, and a 2022 Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, both in support of a novel in progress.
Larissa Pham MFA ’23, Alumni Fellow (fiction)
Larissa is an artist and writer in Brooklyn. Her essays and criticism have appeared in The Nation, the New York Times Book Review, Bookforum, and elsewhere. She is the author of Fantasian, a novella, and the essay collection Pop Song, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle John Leonard Prize. She holds an MFA in fiction from the Bennington Writing Seminars.
Guillermo Rebollo-Gil MFA ’23, Alumni Fellow (poetry)
Guillermo is a writer, sociologist, translator, and attorney. His publications include poetry in Fence, Poetry Northwest, Second Factory and Whale Road Review. He serves as an editor at The Autoethnographer and associate CNF editor at JMWW. In 2020, the Spanish publisher Ediciones Liliputienses published a selection of his poetry under the title Informe de Logros: poemas 2000-2019. He is the author of Writing Puerto Rico: Our Decolonial Moment (2018) and Whiteness in Puerto Rico: Translation at a Loss (2023).