Cory Cotten-Potter is a second-year M.F.A. student in fiction. In addition to his academic work, he is the assistant director of the CSU Writing Center. What do you like most about your work at the Writing Center? I like […]
The Explorations in Digital Humanities blog features digital projects from the students of Jamie Jordan’s E280: Introduction to Digital Humanities. DH students are practicing literary analysis using various digital tools such as Voyant, Gephi, and R programming. On this blog, […]
Tomorrow we are honoring Bruce Ronda at a celebration (he’s retiring!), and in preparation, we have these two special posts, an interview with the man himself and a collection of memories and good wishes.
In Spring 2016, English major Alexander (Alec) Pearson did an internship where he researched department history. He graduated at the end of that same semester, earning his Bachelor of Arts in English with a writing concentration. Alec collected and wrote […]
~from Jill Salahub Tomorrow the English department will be holding a very special celebration. Bruce Ronda is retiring this year, and as sad as we are to see him go, we are sending him off with our best wishes at this upcoming event. To […]
Matthew Cooperman has a new poem up at The Awl. You can read it at https://theawl.com/a-poem-by-matthew-cooperman-7676e273da85 Camille Dungy’s poem, “Trophic Cascade,” was featured on Poetry Daily on April 25. http://poems.com/poem_print.php?date=17282 Camille Dungy received an advance copy of Guidebook to Relative Strangers: Journeys into […]