Creative writing and ethnic studies double major Xavier Hadley wins the annual Black/African American Cultural Center’s spoken word competition.
Student-veteran Ryan Lanham continues his mission by giving voice to others affected by military life through the Veterans Writing Workshop. Click to join.
The mission of the Department of English is to advance the study and teaching of literature, language, and writing. To accomplish this mission, the Department will provide the basis for a strong liberal arts education focused on critical literacy, critical […]
~by English Department Communications Intern Ashley Alfirevic Collectible trading cards, practice footage, and man-and-ball portraits currently occupy the walls of the UCA’s Art Gallery. “I just don’t get all the football stuff,” someone behind me murmured as an aside. Granted, […]
Gulf Coast has accepted Dan Beachy-Quick’s poem, “Sibboleth.” Matthew Cooperman’s chapbook, A Little History of the Panorama, a collaboration with the Italian artist Simonetta Moro, was recently named a finalist for the Omnidawn Chapbook Prize. Tobi Jacobi presented a paper on literacy […]
by English Department Communications Intern Ashley Alfirevic Poetry lovers filled the LSC’s North Ballroom for the first of this semester’s Creative Writing and Reading Series. The room had a palpable buzz while waiting for Mary Szybist, winner of the National […]
~From English Department Communications Intern Kara Nosal Poet Kyle Dargan read at the UCA Art Museum on March 12th as part of the Creative Writing Reading Series. He walked in wearing a clean, gray sweater, but his poetry ended up […]
Dan Beachy-Quick has been invited to be the Visiting Hurst Professor at Washington University in St. Louis next spring, a two week appointment. Also, his poem, titled “Poem,” included in an anthology titled Liberation to be published by Beacon Press […]
by English Department Communications Intern Kara Nosal Where does a person end and her words begin? I began to wonder at the February 19th Master of Fine Arts poetry and fiction reading held at the University Center for the Arts. […]
by English Department Communications Intern Kara Nosal “You know how it feels when prose goes, not through your head, but through some other organ, like your skin?” Peter Heller asked us, the audience at his February 5th reading at the […]