Consistently ranked among the top writing programs in the country, the Creative Writing program offers a thriving community to writers who are looking to strengthen their craft while building life-long relationships in writing.
Literature, Media, and Culture
The Literature, Media, and Culture program exposes students to provocative questions that spark scholarly engagement and creativity, helping them discuss the social and political impact of literature.
Rhetoric and Composition
The graduate program in Rhetoric and Composition focuses on rhetorical and social practices and theories of composition, particularly emphasizing the relationships between texts, technologies, language, and literacies.
Editing, Writing, and Media
The undergraduate Editing, Writing, and Media track emphasizes the production, analysis, and interpretation of historic, contemporary, academic, and everyday texts.
The English Department at Florida State University
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Assistant Professor Mais Al-Khateeb joins the English department faculty
The power of rhetoric in shaping and affecting change in the world inspired her to pursue and teach rhetorical studies.
Professor Andrew Epstein explores "American Poetry since 1945"
His book combines "illuminating close readings of...representative poems with detailed discussion of historical, political, and aesthetic contexts."
Creative Writing alumni Jayme Ringleb publishes collection of poems
Their debut publication, 'So Tall It Ends In Heaven,' is 'emotionally true" and "a narrative of queer healing.'