Entering the Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing redefined Felicia Zamora’s professional trajectory in a way that continues to support her personal aspirations. Zamora (MFA ’12, Creative Writing) has accepted a tenure-track position as assistant professor of English at University of Cincinnati, where she begins in fall.
CSU English professor and Guggenheim fellow Camille Dungy reads three poems in acknowledgment of the space we share with our planetary co-habitants.
The final installment of the 2017-2018 Creative Writing Reading Series took place to the sound of a sorority party happening next door. The bellows of Taylor Swift, celebration, and Greek chants penetrated through the walls. But even that couldn’t overshadow […]
Poetry is the lifeblood of rebellion, revolution, and the raising of consciousness. ~Alice Walker Need something to read this weekend? We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite poetry collections by Black poets and authors. Phillis Wheatley, Complete […]
~from intern Joyce Bohling Francisco Leal and Silvia Soler, both professors in CSU’s Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, are trying to do something they themselves describe as “impossible”: to translate the work of CSU poets into Spanish, including Camille […]
Wednesday night, I went to a spoken word Poetry Slam by Carlos Andrés Gómez. It was rather last minute, but I’m a fan of slam poetry and I figured anything poetry related could be covered for the blog. Why not? […]
~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, […]
~From English Department Communications Intern Tim Mahoney Take a stroll down the main plaza and you are to likely see many student advertisements written in chalk on the sides of the buildings. While many such advertisements have failed to capture […]
Poet Gary Snyder read on September 17, 2014 at the University Art Center. This event was attended by English Department Communications intern Tim Mahoney, who had this to share: Last week, CSU’s English Department invited renowned author, Gary Snyder, to […]