Folio Supercuts 2018

Folio Supercuts 2018

Before we log-off for the summer, we wanted to share one last post to thank our interns for their work this year and to do a little summing up of the year. It’s been a bang-up year for the English…

Department Updates: A Year of Teaching and Research

Department Updates: A Year of Teaching and Research

This semester, we at Folio have been brainstorming new ways of sharing department news. In the past these end-of-year posts, previously titled “Faculty Notes,” have organized news based on who contributed it. This year, we’re trying a different arrangement to…

Evgeniya Monico's Review of Crazyhorse No. 92

Evgeniya Monico’s Review of Crazyhorse No. 92

As some of you may–or may not–know, when our esteemed Creative Writing faculty aren’t busy being fabulous teachers and writers, they’re hard at work editing the literary magazine Crazyhorse.  For those in the know, the reputation of Crazyhorse precedes itself. Work printed in…

Sequel: Erin McPherson

Sequel: Erin McPherson

Our ongoing Sequel series features stories about our alumni. If you’re interested in pursuing digital editing work like Erin, the department is launching a minor and concentration in Writing, Rhetoric, and Publication. Both are designed to provide the writing and editing experiences that Erin describes. The…

Find Your Voice: Daniel Colella or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Film Club

Find Your Voice: Daniel Colella or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Film Club

When the College of Charleston’s Film club re-emerged on campus last Fall, it did so with a bang. Filming a tribute to Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining,” Film club students wanted to make a statement that their revival meant they were serious…

Faculty Publications: Emily Rosko's New Book

Faculty Publications: Emily Rosko’s New Book

We’re pleased to announce that Emily Rosko’s latest book, Weather Inventions, was published today by the Akron Press as part of their Akron Series in Poetry.  If you happened to hear Dr. Rosko’s talk, “Finishes & Starts,” at the October 3rd…

Faculty Profile: Devin Byker

Faculty Profile: Devin Byker

“One thing I hope to teach students is that our assumptions about the past can erase important histories, identities, and stories—it’s a kind of confirmation bias that can end up reinforcing historical stereotypes.” ____________________________ As a first-year faculty member of…

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