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Creative Writing (BFA)

I’m starting to find my voice in writing by focusing on replicating human emotions and writing directly from the senses, as well as trying to merge the line between fiction and poetry. 


Nyeree Boyadjian is an Armenian-American, bisexual writer from Queens, New York who focuses in prose and poetry. She is a graduate of the University of Iowa’s International Writing Program’s 2019 Summer Institute. 

Her poetry has been featured in Underground Pool 2019 and 2020 issues, as well as Red Cedar Review’s Fall 2017 edition. She was awarded the University of the Arts Third Place Liberal Arts Prize in poetry in 2017 and the Second Place Liberal Arts Prize in Fiction in 2019, as well as the 2018 Stephen Berg Memorial Scholarship in poetry.  

Her fiction has been featured in Brine Literary Magazine. She currently lives in South Philadelphia with her cat Dakota. Nyeree has always expressed herself through words, and has an intimate connection with the art of writing.

Read “Altar” and “Capital” in Multitudes

Read “Hivers” in Underground Pool

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