Grad Student Tracey Swan (pictured left) is currently completing the dual MA/MFA Degree in Wilkinson College English Department here at Chapman University and was recently awarded a Fulbright Grant. Congratulations, Tracey!

A little bit about her …
Using the pseudonym Trace Sheridan, Tracey Swan’s prose, poetry, and photography have been published in the US and UK and can be found in journals such as 55 Words, BluePrintReview, Nerve House, apt., Mud Luscious, Cautionary Tale, Static Movement, All Things Girl, and Libbon among others.
She is the co-founding editor of 34thParallel, a quarterly print magazine that features fiction, poetry, photography and interviews with new and emerging writers and artists and a recent recipient Chapman University’s Chancellor’s Graduate Scholarly Research Grant, a member of Phi Kappa Phi, and Sigma Tau Delta.
Tracey received her BA in English and MA in Women’s and Gender Studies from The University of Texas at Austin and is currently completing the dual MA/MFA here at Chapman University. She plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature after completing her Fulbright Fellowship researching the performance of race, gender, and sexuality during the Jazz Age in Paris.