Student & Alumni Bookshelf

Alumna Chelsea Woodard publishes a book of poems

Alumna Chelsea Woodard publishes a book of poems

“Vellum” is available on November 17, 2014 from Able Muse Press and on Amazon.com

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Alumna Anne Blankman to Speak at Union

Alumna Anne Blankman to Speak at Union

Novelist Anne Blankman’s talk is “Uncle Dolf/Adolf Hitler: A Murder Mystery Featuring History’s Most Notorious Villain.”

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Alumni News: Bill Wolff ‘94

Alumni News: Bill Wolff ‘94

Bill Wolff, an Associate Professor at Rowan University in New Jersey and former Watson Fellow, earned his MA from the University of Cincinnati and his PhD from the University of Texas, Austin. At Rowan he teaches undergraduate and graduate classes in the College of Communication and Creative Arts — Writing Arts. He’s particularly interested in what he terms “the intersections of new media communication technologies and writing.” His passion for Bruce Springsteen has never waned, and his current research focuses on Springsteen. Professor Wolff considers “how...

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Alumni News: Jared Richman ‘97

Alumni News: Jared Richman ‘97

 After receiving an MA from York University’s Eighteenth-Century Studies program, alumnus Jared Richman was awarded a full scholarship with teaching year at the University of Pennsylvania, where he received his PhD. Jared is an Assistant Professor at Colorado College, where he serves as the Faculty Director of the College Writing Program. He’s published on the poetry and art of William Blake and the fiction of Charlotte Smith. He’s just now finishing a book, Transatlantic Realms”: British Romanticism and the Idea of America, 1780-1832, while also working on a new project...

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Alumni News: Dan Payne ‘80

Alumni News: Dan Payne ‘80

Dan Payne ‘80 is a full professor at SUNY Oneonta where he teaches screenwriting, creative non-fiction, American and environmental literature.  Prior to teaching at Oneonta, he earned a law degree at Albany Law and practiced for the state for c. 10 years. His MA and PhD are from Buffalo, and Payne has published Voices in the Wilderness: American Nature Writing and Environmental Politics (1996); The Palgrave Environmental Reader (2005); Writing the Land: John Burroughs and His Legacy (2008); and Why Read Thoreau’s Walden? (2013). After 10 years of research and writing, his biography of...

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Annemarie Monahan kicks off Alumni Writers Series

Annemarie Monahan kicks off Alumni Writers Series

Annemarie Monahan, who recently published her first novel, Three, kicked off the English Department’s John and Winifred Smith Alumni Writers Series on Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in Humanities 019.

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Big Year for Rachael Federico ’08: Publishes Articles and Passes Oregon Bar Examination

Big Year for Rachael Federico ’08:  Publishes Articles and Passes Oregon Bar Examination

Honors graduate Rachael Federico ’08 has published two law articles and has passed the Oregon bar exam.

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Emma Kroschell’s Poem “Super Moon” Published in the Grey Sparrow Journal

Emma Kroschell’s Poem “Super Moon” Published in the Grey Sparrow Journal

Emma Kroschell ’11 has recently appeared in print again with her poem “Super Moon” appearing in the Grey Sparrow Journal (2013).

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Michael Allen Potter has recently published a collection of essays, The Last Invisible Continent: Essays on Adoption and Identity

Michael Allen Potter has recently published a collection of essays, The Last Invisible Continent:  Essays on Adoption and Identity

Michael Allen Potter read from his work on at Green House on Wednesday, January 29th at 7:30 PM as part of our series of alumni writers.

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