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News & Events
Readings & Talks
Faculty member emily danforth, author of The Miseducation of Cameron Post, will speak about literary censorship “from the inside out” on Wednesday, September 24th, 12:30 – 2:00, in Craig-Lee, Room 255. All are welcome.
Milestones, Awards, & Publications
B.A. alum Austin Allen has just begun his MFA program at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
Faculty member Karen Lee Boren’s collection of short stories, Mother Tongue, is forthcoming from New Rivers Press, http://web.mnstate.edu/newriverspress/. The story “Seeing Red” from that collection is a featured reprint in Barely South Review, along with an essay by the journal’s editors about their rediscovery of the story, which was originally The Dominion Review’s 1995 prize winner for best fiction. You can read the story and the essay later this fall at Barely South’s website, http://barelysouthreview.digitalodu.com/. Find out more about Professor Boren’s work at her new website, http://www.karenleeboren.com/.
Faculty member Cathleen Calbert’s response to Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116 appears in “Out of Sequence: the Sonnets Remixed,” Upstart: a Journal of English Renaissance Studies: http://www.clemson.edu/upstart/Essays/sequence/sequence.xhtml/.
More of her new work appears in The Tupelo Quarterly, Fiction Fix, and Drunken Boat.
B.A. alum Chris Dollard has just completed his MFA at Syracuse University.
Faculty Member Rob Foreman's short story "Sympathy for the Devil" is forthcoming in Redivider, his essay "Why I Write Nonfiction" will be published in the next Copper Nickel, and his essay "Guts," which appeared in the Cossack Review, will be listed among the "Notable" essays in The Best American Essays 2014.
The 2014 issue of Shoreline is out
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