04/06/2017 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
MOLLY BRODACK: blogging/publication/fellowship talk
04/06/2017 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
MOLLY BRODAK: Memoir and Poetry Reading
04/12/2017 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Academic Year 2014-2015
John Andrews (PhD in Creative Writing): "Things Come Back," "To Hell With Love," "The Heart Is a Shotgun House," and "The Boy Becomes a Stag" in The Queer South: Poems and Essays, Sibling River Press, 2014.
Chelsey Crawford (PhD in Screen Studies): "The Permeable Self: A Theory of Cinematic Quotation," Film-Philosophy 19 (2015): 105-123.
Jessica Glover (PhD in Creative Writing 2015): "On My Way to Heaven" reprinted in Oklahoma Humanities Magazine 8.1 2015; "Hunger House" in Spillway: A Poetry Magazine, no. 22; “'Pointed boots are just bad news’: Love Lessons from Contemporary Women Poets" in Oklahoma Humanities Magazine 8.1 2015; and "Tsebrochener: A Story for the Broken" in Shifts: An Anthology of Women's Growth Through Change. Ed. Michelle Duster and Trina Sotira, Muse Write Press, 2015.
Derek Graf (MFA in Creative Writing): "Chicago Revisited" & "Were I Castor, the Poem I'd Write Pollux" in Midway Journal 9.2.
Kyle Hays (MFA in Creative Writing): “Rearrangeable Debris” in The Seattle Review 8:1.
Brandon Hobson (PhD in Creative Writing 2015): Desolation of Avenues Untold (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2015); Deep Ellum (Calamari Press, 2014); "From The Book of a Thousand Deaths" in Conjunctions, no. 63, Fall 2014 and "Live Thing" & "The Turn" in Noon, 2015.
Nate Knapp (MFA in Creative Writing 2015): "Who They Were" in Yalobusha Review, no. 21; "Life on These Plains" in Blue Mesa Review, no. 31; and a review of Charles D'Ambrosio's Loitering in World Riot, December 2014.
Elizabeth Lampman (MFA in Creative Writing): "Little to Say" in Gulf Stream, no. 13.
Victoria McArtor (MFA in Creative Writing 2015): "Anchovies" in This Land, March 2015.
Debbie Olsen (PhD in Screen Studies 2015): Editor, The Child in the Films of Alfred Hitchcock (Palgrave McMillan, 2014); Editor, The Child in Post-Apocalyptic Cinema (Lexington, 2014); "The Commodification of Ms. Penny Proud: Consumer Culture in 'Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids' (CBS 1972-1984) and Disney's 'The Proud Family' (2001-2003)" in Film for Children: Redefining the Consumption of Visual Narratives, Eds. Karin Beeler and Stan Beeler (MacFarland, 2014); and "The Monstrous Mammy in Lee Daniels' Precious (2009)" in Monstrous Children and Childish Monsters: Essays on Cinema's Holy Terrors, Eds. Markus Bohlmann and Sean Moreland (MacFarland, 2014); Co-authored with Giselle Rampaul, "Representations of Childhood in the Media" in The Routlede Handbook of Children, Adolescence, and Media, Ed. Dafna Lemish (Routledge, 2012).
Colin Pope (PhD in Creative Writing): "Subject" & "Phone Call to Plan Abortion, as Flood" in Willow Springs, no. 75.
Monique Zamir (MFA in Creative Writing 2015): "In Baghdad" in Mikrokosmos 61; "We Breathe Through Harmonicas" in Lunch Ticket: Amuse Bouche; "A Poem for You Who Remembers the Salt of the Sea" in Gravel Magazine; "On Television" and "The Red Ventricle Fractures into Pieces" in The Light Ekphrastic; "The Sound of a Lentil Breaking" in Josephine Quaterly.
Academic Year 2013-2014
Brian Brooks (PhD in Literature): "Feminist Struggle in Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew." Discoveries: Online Publications of the South-Central Renaissance Conference, 30.1 (2013).