Poetry: Richard Blanco, Gerry LaFemina, Lee Ann Roripaugh, Judith Vollmer (U.S. faculty) Jean O'Brien, Enda Wyley (Ireland faculty)
Fiction: Joseph Bathanti, Karin Lin-Greenberg, Geeta Kothari (U.S. faculty) Evelyn Conlon, Carlo Gebler (Ireland faculty)
Nonfiction: Diane Glancy (U.S. faculty); Brian Leyden (Ireland faculty)
Distinguished Writer in Residence: Jan Beatty
Visiting Writers: Sandra Cisneros, Toi Derricotte, Anacelis Girmay, James Allen Hall, Sapphire, Kate Wisel; Kevin Barry, Colette Bryce, Sinéad Gleeson, Claire Keegan, Annemarie Ni Churreain, Mark O’Connell
The program offers partial teaching assistantships, graduate assistantships, and travel scholarships to Ireland.
Students attend two 11-day residencies each year: a January residency at the Carlow University campus in Pittsburgh, and a June residency at the Trinity College campus in Dublin, Ireland. Students have the opportunity to work with both US and Irish faculty. The program also offers coursework on professional development and post-MFA life.