Marysa LaRowe is a second-year fiction writer in the MFA Program in Creative Writing. She works with short stories as well as longer forms, and is interested in the intersection of psychology and the study of cognition with the crafting of the subjective narrative, as well as the power of place and music in fiction.
Thesis: Music Lessons, novella and stories
Current Courses: English 122: Beginning Fiction Workshop
Current Positions: Fiction Editor, Nashville Review