Faculty Notes for April 2019
BELLE BOGGS Belle Boggs’s novel, The Gulf, received starred reviews from Booklist and Shelf Awareness, as well as reviews in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Ploughshares, and BOMB. The Gulf was also listed as a “hot debut, humor” in Entertainment Weekly. Boggs was interviewed on WUNC’s […]
Technical Communication Association Hosted SpeedCon 2019 – Diversified
On April 19, 2019, the Technical Communication Association led by President, Esther Kentish, hosted its annual unconference, SpeedCon 2019 – Diversified. The event welcomed over 89 guests and was the TCA’s annual knowledge exchange gathering to promote the latest trends […]
Faculty Notes for March 2019
BELLE BOGGS Belle Boggs will read from and discuss her new novel, The Gulf, at the Regulator Bookshop on April 2 at 7 p.m. She will also read at Quail Ridge Books (in conversation with MFA student Sarah Ruiz) on […]
Displacement Is Part of the Experience
Displacement is part of the reading experience. It happens every time we stumble upon an allusion or reference outside our body of knowledge.
On the Value of Poetry
Poetry is a communal act: it is one human being addressing other human beings in a full expression of shared experience.
Poetry is a Thing with Feathers
Along with music and dance, poetry is one of the old arts. It walks with us through history, always present, whether we are aware of it or not.
Faculty Notes for February 2019
DAUN DAEMON On February 28, Daun Daemon’s poem “When Mama Sang ‘Mockingbird Hill'” was published by Peeking Cat Poetry. ROBIN DODSWORTH Robin Dodsworth has been named a University Faculty Scholar. MARSHA GORDON Marsha Gordon won a National Humanities Center award […]
Faculty Notes for January 2019
BARBARA BENNETT On January 29, Barbara Bennett appeared at Quail Ridge Books in conversation with Jill McCorkle about Bennett’s newest book, Smoke Signals from Samarcand: The 1931 Reform School Fire and Its Aftermath. On March 5, Bennett will have a conversation […]
Faculty Notes for December 2018
BELLE BOGGS In October, Belle Boggs read as part of the “Mothers and Strangers” gallery exhibit organized by Lee Smith and Samia Serageldin, co-editors of a new anthology, Mothers and Strangers, forthcoming from UNC Press. Boggs published “The Significance of Michelle […]
Faculty Notes for November 2018
HELEN BURGESS and MAGGIE SIMON Helen Burgess and Maggie Simon were interviewed about their Intimate Fields project by the Triangle Digital Humanities Network. DAUN DAEMON Daun Daemon’s poem “Hens” is forthcoming in Third Wednesday. PAUL FYFE Paul Fyfe helped to organize the […]