According to The University of Iowa, this person is MAELL student and Saginaw Arts and Science Academy English teacher Jared Morningstar!
The Conversation that Built America by Taylor Mata As I stood in my kitchen making latkes this evening, I realized why I am constantly disillusioned with America. I am an American, and there are few other places in the world I would choose to live. I grew up as all of us in the American
Of course, you might think it was only a matter of time. Seriously, recent English graduate Adam Beardslee has a detective/suspense novel available via Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing. You can “Look Inside” to get a preview here. The murder doesn’t quite happen in the Writing Center, but the main character does seem to teach at
Call for papers! Interdisciplinary Creative and Critical Writing Conference Friday, March 27th (Time and Location TBD) Looking for a way to practice public speaking? Want to add something impressive to your resume? Need conference experience? Want to have fun and learn a ton? Submit your paper for the Interdisciplinary Creative and Critical Writing Conference this semester!
The Need for Dialogue Amongst Writers by QuiAyejia Cooper “There is at this moment for you an utterance brave and grand as that of the colossal chisel of Phidias, or trowel of the Egyptians, or the pen of Moses, or Dante, but different from all these. Not possibly will the soul all rich, all
The Literary Dialogue on Milton’s Satan by Zach Scott The above display—one created by the Detroit chapter of the Satanic Ministry—contains a blood-red serpent coiled around a satanic cross. Before the snake is a copy of Anatole France’s The Revolt of the Angels, and above it, surrounded by festive wreaths, is the phrase:
A Look at Conversation Between Authors by Brian Gebhart In the first season of the original series of Star Trek, Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise unwittingly awaken Khan Noonien Singh, a genetically engineered warlord, from cryogenic sleep. At episode’s end, after a series of battles of both wits and fists, Kirk and
In 1928 two cousins, Frederick Dannay (“Danny) and Manfred B. Lee (“Manny”), created Ellery Queen for a contest sponsored by McClure’s magazine and Stokes publishing house. The prize for creating the best new detective novel was $7500. The cousins won the contest, but McClure’s went bankrupt shortly afterwards, so they never collected their prize. Between
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