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Prof. David Pike, "Slum," in A New Vocabulary for Global Modernism
Prof. David Pike, "Commuting to Another World: Spaces of Transport and Transport Maps in Urban Fantasy," in Popular Fiction and Spatiality: Reading Genre Settings
Prof. David Pike, "Steampunk and the Victorian City: Time Machines, Bryan Talbot, and the Center of the Multiverse," in Like Clockwork: Steampunk Pasts, Presents, and Futures
Prof. Kyle Dargan, "The Robots are Coming," an animated short film.
Prof. Melissa Scholes Young, Flood, a novel
Prof. Linda Voris, “The Curious Props”: Placing Memory in Recent Experimental Writing, in West Branch Wired
Prof. Stephanie Grant, How I Spent My Summer Vacation: With Ferrante and Knausgaard, in Literary Hub
Prof. Kelly Gammon White, Why Ireland? in Ragazine
Prof. Kyle Dargan, Points of Contact, in The New York Times Magazine
Prof. David Pike in Global Undergrounds
Prof. Arielle Bernstein, Where the Spirit of Mister Rogers Endures, in The Atlantic
Prof. David Keplinger is one of 23 recipients of a 2017 National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in the area of Literary Translation
Candace Evilsizor wins the 2015 President’s Award.
New Books by Literature Faculty
Associate Professor of Literature Kyle Dargan publishes new collection of poems.
The Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars program is training the next generation of leaders.
MFA creative writing alumni discuss rewarding careers outside academia.
Students in the college writing program donated their books at the end of the semester.
Department of Literature: Meet the Faculty
Visiting Writers Series 2016-2017, Presenting Adrian LeBlanc
Visiting Writers Series 2016-2017, Presenting Ada Limon
The Art of Losing
Learn more about the MA program and our community of scholars.
Faculty, program alumni, and current students say what sets this program apart.
MFA Creative Writing Alumna Transitions from Poetry to Prose