Monthly Archives: October 2011

Tomorrow Night: Better Late Notice Than Never

Immigration Nation: How We Got Here, Part I Immigration in Literature Open any daily newspaper and you’ll read about immigration. But the written word on this divisive topic spans the centuries – and varies in its interpretation. Join College of Charleston professors Mike Duvall and Adam Mendelsohn, along with Andreas Lixl, Professor of German at […]
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Alumnus Wins Fellowship

Alex Lumans (’06) has received a fellowship to attend the prestigious MacDowell Colony this fall, where Alex will be working on a novel.  Alex will spend seven weeks at the colony, the oldest artists’ colony in the United States, whose goal is to provide artists, composers, and writers the time and space to work on […]
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Creative Writing Graduate Signs Two-novel Contract

Ryan Graudin, a Creative Writing concentrator and English Major who graduated from the College in 2009, has just signed a two book contract with HarperTeen, the young adult imprint of HarperCollins. Her first novel, Luminance Hour, will appear in the summer of 2013. Ms. Graudin graduated from the Charleston County School of the Arts, studying […]
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Tupelo’s Poetry Book Award goes to Alumna

Congratulations to Gale Thompson (’08) whose first poetry collection “Soldier On” was selected for publication out of Tupelo Press’s Open Reading Period. The judge Nate Pritts cites “Soldier On” for “the strong grasp of narrative moments, used with complexity & care, mixed with a vibrant range of diction & a comfortable grasp of the imaginative […]
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