Department of Literature
- Arielle Bernstein is a writer living in Washington, DC, She received her BA in Philosophy and English Literature from Brandeis University and received her MFA in Creative Writing from American University. Her thesis was a collection of short stories and essays, entitled, Love and Hunger. She teaches writing at George Washington University and American University and also freelances. Her work has been published in The Millions and The Rumpus and she is a regular contributor to The Nervous Breakdown. She has a short story forthcoming in St. Petersburg Review and is cofounder and Nonfiction Editor of Anomaly Magazine.
DegreesM.F.A in Creative Writing and B.A. in Philosophy and English Literature
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