Dr LeAnne Howe is collaborating with Irish poets Doireann Ní Ghríofa and Padraig Kirwan on both scholarly and poetic projects that celebrate the Choctaw gift to the Irish in 1847 during the Irish Potato Famine, a pair of projects that honors, as Kirwan writes, this act of " empathy and dialogue…
The Poetry Foundation's podcast, Poetry Now, features Andrew Zawacki's poem "Gratophoph," written for his daughter.
The University of Georgia English Department is thrilled to announce that twelve students have graduated with an MA or a PhD in English in Spring 2017. The graduates are listed below, with conferred degree, dissertation or thesis title, and the members of their committees.
Professor LeAnne Howe published an article in Wasafiri Magazine - International Contemporary Writing.
The UGA English Department's Writing Intensive Program, directed by Dr Lindsey Harding, brought a group of Cleveland Road Elementary School students to campus this spring to work with the department's undergrads and to engage in a writing workshop of their own.
The English Department at the University of Georgia is deeply saddened to announce the death of one of its longtime members. Dr.
The University of Georgia English Department is home to more than 85 M.A. and Ph.D. students, studying a range of creative and critical work—from creative writing to literary to language studies.
Professor LeAnne Howe was interviewed by Wasafiri: International Contemporary Writing, following the Native American Literature Symposium (NALS) in Mystic Lake, Minnesota.
Professor Reginald McKnight has won a Pushcart Prize for his short story "Float," which first appeared in The Georgia Review's Spring 2016 issue.
Iowa newspaper The Daily Iowan featured a story about Dr. Ed Pavlić's reading at Prairie Lights Books & Cafe in Iowa City, Iowa.. Dr. Pavlić read from his 2015 book Who Can Afford to Improvise? James Baldwin and Black Music, the Lyric and the Listeners.