Tag Archives: Emily Rosko

The Art of Book-Making

Students in Prof. Rosko’s ENGL 402: Advanced Poetry capstone not only studied the practicalities and theories behind the sequencing of poems in a book, but they also had the opportunity to make a poetry chapbook of their own. Brien Beidler, Director of the Bindery and Conservation Studio at the Charleston Library Society and a College […]
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MFA in Creative Writing Program Will Launch in Fall 2016

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of English are proud to announce the establishment of the Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing at the College of Charleston. Beginning in the fall of 2016, the College of Charleston will open its doors to graduate study in both poetry and fiction, […]
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English Department alum and faculty reading in Piccolo Spoleto events

Tonight, June 3rd at 6:30 PM, Dr. Emily Rosko will read in the Dock Street Theatre courtyard for the Piccolo Sundown Poetry Series. On Saturday, June 1st, John Warner (English faculty) and Sara Thomason (English alum) read at the Piccolo Fiction Open in the vine-covered alley next to Blue Bicycle Books. On Saturday, it was […]
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U. of Iowa Press Releases A Broken Thing: Poets on the Line

The University of Iowa Press has just released A Broken Thing: Poets on the Line, coedited and introduced by Emily Rosko and Anton Vander Zee.  A Broken Thing collects nearly 70 original microessays by a diverse range of poets including Charles Bernstein, Annie Finch, Kimiko Hahn, Susan Stewart, Alberto Rios, Alice Fulton and Evie Schockley.  
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Emily Rosko wins 2011 Akron Poetry Prize

Emily Rosko’s second collection, Prop Rockery, was selected by Natasha Sajé as the winner of the 2011 Akron Poetry prize out of a pool of over 400 manuscripts.  The collection will be published by The University of Akron Press in February 2012.
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