October 2016 Monthly Archive

Humans of Eddy: Thomas M. Swenson

~from intern Courtney Satchell Thomas M. Swensen Assistant Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies What are you currently working on?: I’m currently reading The Reorder of Things: The University and Its Pedagogies of Minority Difference by Roderick Ferguson for my grad […]

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News of Note Week of October 24

Skyhorse Press will re-release Dan Robinson’s latest novel, Death of a Century, in paperback in April 2017.  If people didn’t purchase it in its glorious hardback edition, they can now purchase it in its cheaper (altho no less glorious) paperback […]

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Faculty Profile: Ellen Brinks

~from intern Haley Huffman Ellen Brinks is the graduate program coordinator for the English Department, but her passions extend far beyond the scheduling, staffing and training that make up a large portion of her responsibilities. She thinks of herself “first […]

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What We Are Working On

~from Communications Coordinator Jill Salahub Those of us in it know that the English department is a diverse place where the possibilities for study and work are boundless. That said, even I am amazed when I hear what sorts of things […]

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News of Note Week of October 17th

The Center for Literary Publishing is delighted to announce that The Verging Cities, by Natalie Scenters-Zapico, a 2015 Mountain West Poetry Series title, has won the Utah Book Award in Poetry. This is the second year in a row that […]

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Humans of Eddy: Kelly Weber

~ from intern Joyce Bohling Kelly Weber is a first-year graduate student in the MFA Poetry program and graduate teaching assistant (GTA) for CO150. What projects are you working on currently? (In my poetry,) I’ve been trying to explore different methods […]

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Faculty Profile: Dana Masden

~from intern Joyce Bohling Dana Masden English Teaching Faculty, (CO150, CO300, Intro to Lit, Beginning Creative Writing and 20th Century Fiction, as well as CO150 online) MFA: Creative Writing (she’s also an alumna!) What brought you to CSU? I came […]

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Alumni Profile: Jessica Patterson

~from Communications Coordinator Jill Salahub Disclaimer: I went to graduate school with Jessica Patterson. She’s my friend. We met at a time in our lives that feels like “just before” somehow, and it’s been such a joy to keep in touch, […]

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