School of Adult and Graduate Education
Blaney Hall 105
Katie Karambelas works full time as a proposal writer for a clinical trial company but is often found writing fiction and memoir pieces in her (scarce) spare time. She holds a BA in Media Writing from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a MFA in Fiction from Cedar Crest College's Pan-European program. Her fiction and memoir pieces have been published in Imagination Magazine, Down in the Dirt Magazine, Speculation Journal, Matador Network, Parent.Co, Huffington Post, Elite Daily, and Thought Catalog, among others.
Rachel Adine Phelps is a poet from the wilderness of central Pennsylvania currently living in sunny central Florida. She received a bachelor’s degree in Writing, Literature & Publishing from Emerson College and a Master of Fine Arts from the Pan-European Program at Cedar Crest College. Her work can be found in Bitterzoet Magazine and the Bitter Oleander.
Amy Lee Lillard writes corporate communications by day, and by night explores the dark edges of the daily world through novels and stories. Her fiction was recently named to the 2017 Berlin Writing Prize Short List. She holds an MA in literature from Northwestern University, and will complete her MFA in fiction writing from the Pan-European Program at Cedar Crest College in 2018.
Margaret Montet writes travel narratives woven with memoir, culture, research, and conversations.
She is a college librarian who teaches wickedly sophisticated Music History courses to older adults. Her work has been published in Library Journal, Solo Travel Network, Mature Years, America in WWII, Edible Jersey, and Danse Macabre Magazine.
Stephanie Papa is a poet and translator living Paris, France. She has an MFA degree in Poetry from the Pan-European Program at Cedar Crest College. She is poetry co-editor of Paris Lit Up magazine. Her work has been published in World Literature Today, Niche, Yasakmeyve, NOON, great weather for media, Four Chambers Press, Paris/Atlantic, Literary Bohemian, 5×5, Rumpus, Cleaver Magazine, Cerise Press, The Prose Poetry Project and One More Glass. She organizes anglophone writing workshops and readings in Paris.
Under the pen-name M. Allen Cunningham, Mark is the author of six books of fiction and nonfiction, including a biographical novel about Rilke called Lost Son, and The Green Age of Asher Witherow, which was his debut at age twenty-six and was named a #1 Indie Next Pick by the American Booksellers Association. His shorter work has appeared in many outlets, including Tin House, Glimmer Train, The Kenyon Review, and Poets & Writers.