English Students Honored

The faculty of the Department of English are delighted to congratulate the following individuals who have excelled in their academic studies as English majors at the College of Charleston. Sigma Tau Delta National English Honor Society Inductees: Hannah Albenesius Rebecca…

Students Move On to Grad School in Creative Writing

Congratulations to the following English majors/Creative Writing concentrators who have been accepted to a graduate program in Creative Writing: Jamie Carr (’12), Portland State University for an M.F.A. in Fiction. Jennifer Julian,  University of Missouri for a Ph.D. in English…

What Do English Professors Do?

Well, according to the title of a recent write-up (courtesy of the College of Charleston’s newswire) touting the 7 books that members of the Department have released this academic year alone: “English Professors Publish Books.” Amongst other things, of course….

Writer Lauren Krouse Accepted to the Prague Summer Program

Lauren Krouse, a Junior in English/Creative Writing, has been accepted to the Prague Summer Program for nonfiction and poetry writing, and she was awarded the John Woods Scholarship to attend. This is a nationally competitive program, and it is a…

English Student Cara Beth Heath’s Play Wins Big, Moves to Final Round

College of Charleston English Major Cara Beth Heath (’13) has won first prize in the regional competition of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival’s 10-minute play contest, which was held in Daytona the first week in February. Cara Beth, a…

The Latest Publication from the Writing Lab

Congratulations to English Professor Dr. Bonnie Devet on the most recent publication emerging from the Writing Lab (the latest of 17 and counting). Dr. Devet and former student consultant Alison Barbiero published their article, “Dear Labby: Stressing Interpersonal Relationships in…

postmedieval awarded “Best New Journal”

Congratulations to Dr. Myra Seaman, editor of the scholarly journal postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies published by Palgrave Macmillan, which garnered the 2011 PROSE Award (sponsored by the Association of American Publishers) for “Best New Journal in Social…

Charleston’s Post and Courier on Bret Lott’s forthcoming DEAD LOW TIDE

Too eager to wait for the official release of Bret Lott’s forthcoming Dead Low Tide (Random House), the Post and Courier‘s Bill Thompson sets the stage for the forthcoming novel–a long-awaited sequel to Lott’s The Hunt Club (1999)–and collects some of…

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