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The day-long symposium will allow visitors to see the different ways that students are creating digital projects now and where digital work is headed for the future.
Jayme Ringleb’s literary journey has helped him evolve as an artist and an editor, and he encourages aspiring writers not to limit themselves.
Karen Tucker was originally drawn to fiction as an avid young reader, but she did not begin writing until she was in her 30s, however.
Laura Smith’s role with the SER is key to the journal's success with the fairly new approach of expanding author representation and readership through its weekly, online publication.
The Southeast Review has undergone an extreme makeover, thanks to Linge and their editorial staff. But the editor is nothing but enthusiastic about the work.
Several English doctoral students talk about the process of introducing someone and being introduced before a Tuesday night reading at The Bark.
While continuing her work in the community educating formerly incarcerated and underprivileged adults, she earned her Master of Fine Arts in 2009, an experience that English faculty members made "really special" for Meisenzahl.
The Spring 2020 series readings take place every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at The Bark on 507 All Saints St. The lineup includes poets, one of whom won the 2018 Florida Book Award, an FSU alum with a debut story collection, and a Pulitzer Prize winner in nonfiction.
Mathieu and Albaum joined 20 other FSU alumni who were recognized as ‘Notable Noles’ at the fall 2019 Young Alumni Awards Dinner.
The English department's Queer Studies Reading group is “an interdisciplinary, discussion-based group that investigates reading relevant to the field of queer studies and transgender studies."