The South Atlantic Review has just published its Special Issue: Judith Ortiz Cofer: Legacy of a Cuento, In Memoriam (1952-2016).
Andrew Zawacki's latest translation from the French—Sébastien Smirou's second poetry book, See About: Bestiary is just out from La Presse/Fence Books.
Mike McClelland's short story "What Used to Be Caracas" was selected for inclusion in The Boston Review's new "Global Dystopias" special print issue, edited by Junot Diaz.
Dr. Channette Romero has been awarded the Faculty Excellence in Diversity Leadership Award for 2016-2017 by the Franklin College. One member of the awards committee made particular note of the ways in which Dr.
Native and indigenous writers converged on the University of Oklahoma campus 25 years ago to celebrate and showcase their works.
Professor Barbara McCaskill is featured in videos about the Albany Movement and activist John Lewis for Georgia Public Television's new Civil Rights Movement curricular site.
The Franklin Chronicles recently highlighted an interview that Dr. Christopher Pizzino did with Pedro Moura originally published on The Comics Alternative Blog.
Ph.D. student Mike McClelland's first book, Gay Zoo Day, is forthcoming from Beautiful Dreamer Press. The book's launch will be celebrated at Avid Bookshop (493 Prince Avenue) at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, September 1st.
Dr Susan Rosenbaum and her collaborators at Davidson College have secured a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to support Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde (http://mina-loy.com/), their online digital exploration of Mina Loy's position within moderni
My mother collected elephants, bronze, ceramic, silver, large and small urns shaped like elephants, and even a belt with the silver images of marching elephants. After she died in 2003, my brother and I were going through her things and dividing the mementos that we each wanted