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Humans of Eddy: Joyce Bohling

Feel like you recognize this week’s Human of Eddy? In a previous life, she was a communications intern for the English department, (as well as a graduate student, which makes her another kind of alumna as well), and we published […]

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Faculty Profile: Nancy Wright

What brought you to CSU? When my kids were little, I worked online through Johns Hopkins University, but then at a certain point, I wanted to get back into the face-to-face classroom, so I worked at Front Range Community College […]

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National Poetry Month: Sasha Steensen

As National Poetry Month comes to a close, we’ll spend the final days focusing close to home, on our very own English department poets — Matthew Cooperman, Sasha Steensen, Dan Beachy-Quick, and Camille Dungy. Professor Sasha Steensen has published numerous […]

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National Poetry Month: Matthew Cooperman

As National Poetry Month comes to a close, we’d like to spend the final days focusing close to home, on our very own English department poets — Matthew Cooperman, Sasha Steensen, Dan Beachy-Quick, and Camille Dungy. CSU professor Matthew Cooperman […]

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National Poetry Month: Billy Collins

John Updike described Billy Collins’s poems as “more serious than they seem.” And indeed, while Collins’ poems are often laugh-out-loud funny, many end on a touching, sometimes somber note. Billy Collins is one of the most well-known and financially successful […]

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National Poetry Month: Mary Oliver

Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? ~Mary Oliver, from her poem “The Summer Day” Mary Oliver is a prolific contemporary poet. Her work has received the Pulitzer Prize, the National […]

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Women's History Month: Emily Dickinson

Poet Emily Dickinson was born in 1930 in Amherst, Massachusetts. Although she was not famous during her lifetime—only seven of her almost 1800 poems were published while she lived, all heavily edited—she became known after her death as one of […]

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