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Nov 1, 2018

Faculty Notes for October 2018

DAUN DAEMONDaun Daemon’s poem “My Daddy Taught Me to Pack”has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.PAUL FYFE Paul Fyfe received the 2018 NCSU Libraries Faculty Award. This is the third consecutive year that a CRDM faculty member has won (2017 […]

Oct 1, 2018

Graduate Student Notes for September 2018

Tennessee Hill won a 2018 Best New Poets Prize.  Amanda Ogea will present “Uncanny Monsters: Beach House and the Lynchian University” at the Society for Comparative Literature and the ARTS (SCLA), October 18–20. Jose Alvarez-Retamales will present “Esta pobre oveja asi tumbadica:” Usos […]

Oct 1, 2018

Faculty Notes for September 2018

DAUN DAEMON Daun Daemon’s poem “Between the Sheets” was posted on Dime Show Review on August 31. Daemon’s short story “Goodbye Ghost” was posted in volume 13.4 of the Same on September 25. PAUL FYFE Paul Fyfe published “Scale” in […]

Aug 31, 2018

Graduate Student Notes July/August 2018

Threa Almontaser will read at LitSPARK’s So & So Series Reading on September 14 at LUMP. Ina Cariño’s essay “Spam Stigma: An Open Letter to White People” was published by VIDA: Women in Literary Arts. Cariño will read at So & So […]

Aug 31, 2018

Faculty Notes for July/August 2018

BELLE BOGGS Belle Boggs’s novel The Gulf will be published by Graywolf Press in April 2019. In July, she interviewed Onnesha Roychoudhuri at Flyleaf Books about Onnesha’s new book, The Marginalized Majority. The event was broadcast on CSPAN Book-TV. PAUL BROYLES Paul […]

Jun 30, 2018

Graduate Student Notes for May/June 2018

Ina Cariño’s creative nonfiction piece “Spam Stigma: An Open Letter to White People” was published on May 7 by VIDA Review. Cariño’s poem “Feast” was the winner of the Sundress Publications 2017 Poetry Broadside Contest. The broadsides are available for […]

Jun 30, 2018

Faculty Notes for May/June 2018

RONISHA BROWDY Ronisha Browdy’s article “More than just a plot of land: Intersecting Identities and Rhetorical Impact of Michelle Obama’s Kitchen Garden” was published in the Winter 2017/18 Issue of Women and Language.  STAN DICKS   Stan Dicks has published an […]

Apr 30, 2018

Graduate Student Notes for April 2018

GRADUATE STUDENT NEWS Emily Cataneo’s creative nonfiction essay “The Berliner Who Evaded Arrest” was published in Off Assignment. SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE ON LINGUISTICS (SECOL) A number of graduate students and faculty members presented at the Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL), held […]

Apr 30, 2018

Faculty Notes for April 2018

LINDSEY ANDREWS Lindsey Andrews’ essay “Words Are Flesh,” about the poet Frank Bidart and expression, was published this month in The Operating System for their National Poetry Month 30/30/30 series.  CHRIS ANSON On April 7, Chris Anson gave the keynote address, “Getting […]

Mar 31, 2018

Graduate Student Notes for March 2018

ASSOCIATION OF ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS CONFERENCE This year’s AEGS graduate conference included seven panels on the theme E.D.G.E. (Explore, Discover, Grow, Engage) and featured a keynote address by John Morillo on the process of research. Participants included 20 researchers from NC […]