October 2015 Monthly Archive

News of Note Week of October 26th

Tobi Jacobi presented at the Community Writing Conference in Boulder on Friday, October 16.  She gave a retrospective talk on 10 years of directing the SpeakOut writing program and co-facilitated a “deep think tank” workshop on homelessness, prison, and poverty […]

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News of Note, Week of October 19th

Dan Beachy-Quick went to Yale University last week to meet with the Poetics Work Group to discuss his most recent book, gentlessness. Antero Garcia published a blog post for DMLCentral discussing the racism of #BoycottStarWarsVII and the implications for classrooms: http://dmlcentral.net/boycottstarwarsvii-racism-and-classroom-responsibility/ Cindy O’Donnell-Allen […]

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Humans of Eddy: Joelle Paulson

This is a special Humans of Eddy post. Joelle Paulson is both a department alumna and a current faculty member. Over the summer and into the fall, she helped create content for the department blog and Facebook page, and she helped some of her […]

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Humans of Eddy: Taylor Heussner

from English Department Communications Coordinator Ashley Alfirevic Back when we were both on the Greyrock Review, Taylor served as our group’s fearless leader, tackling everything from editing to formatting. Now, she’s working on some pretty cool stuff and stopped to […]

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NCTE National Day of Writing at CSU

NCTE’s Seventh Annual National Day on Writing is being celebrated today. The theme this year is #WhyIWrite. NCTE answers the question “Why a National Day on Writing?” this way: In light of the significance of writing in our national life, […]

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News of Note Week of October 12th

Sasha Steensen’s essay “Openings: Into Our Vertical Cosmos,” was released by Essay Press as a digital chapbook.  She thought of titling the essay “What Not to do on Sabbatical,” in case that piques your interest.  You can read the essay here:  […]

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