Editor-in-Chief, Civia Stein and Assistant Editor, Nikki Palazzo hosted the 2013 Miscellany Launch Party and Reading at Halsey on April 11. Contributors John Setzco, K.T. Babb, Jacob Graudin, Maddie Thieringer, Blake Hoffmeyer, Avis Norfleet, and others read their published poems…

Congratulations to English major Charles Herbert who has poems forthcoming in three literary magazines this spring! Charles’ poem, “Wind in our Letters,” will appear in Yemasee, “Longing,” in Brevity Poetry Review, and “Bird in Space” in Tulane Review. Charles was a student…

Congratulations to Raena Shirali (’12) who was awarded the prestigious “Discovery” / Boston Review Poetry prize!  Raena is finishing her first year as a MFA Creative Writing graduate student at the Ohio State University. Raena’s winning poem, “The State Para-Military…

  Sigma Tau Delta, our English Honors Society (www.english.org), will host our first Graduate School Forum, during which we will discuss applying to graduate school in various areas of English studies on March 21st, 6 p.m., in Addlestone Library 227. Dr….

As part of the English Department’s Visiting Scholar Series, we are pleased to welcome Dr. Philip Nel, who will be giving a talk entitled “Was the Cat in the Hat Black? Seuss and Race is the 1950s.” Dr. Nel is…

Because you might have been cozying up with your beloved on Feb. 14, 2013, you might have missed the Tongues Aflame Poetry Series featuring CofC students, so here it is!

Congratulations to English major Cara Beth Heath, who won a regional fellowship from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. As part of her fellowship, Cara Beth will receive membership in LMDA (Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas), an…

The Tongues Aflame Reading Series kicks off in February; it will bring together voices from emerging and established poets from our campus and beyond. The video below, recently featured in the Post and Courier,  previews some of the poets who…

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