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If you are like me (which if you’re in the English department you more than likely are) you love reading. One might even say in a thick tone of condescension that you are obsessed with reading, like has been done … Continue reading
We all love movies. It’s ingrained in our very nature as Americans–nay, humans. So when one finds out that there is an opportunity for a free screening of a movie, one wouldn’t typically ask too many questions before they’re there, enjoying … Continue reading
Applications are due by March 27, 2017.
Spend a couple hours over spring break filling out the application and have something to talk to employers about for years to come. Continue reading
The WKU Sustainability Committee is accepting submissions for the Earth Day Festival Poetry Slam until March 31st. After the call for submissions ends on March 31, the poetry slam committee will read through the submissions and let everyone know by … Continue reading
“My idea of hell on earth is a literary party and I have an uneasy feeling that this post carries with it a lot of sherry-drill with important people.” – Philip Larkin, on refusing the post of Professor of Poetry … Continue reading
Announcing the Fifth Annual Jane Austen Summer Program: “200 Years of Persuasion“ June 15-18, 2017 Carrboro and Chapel Hill, North Carolina This 4-day symposium focuses on one of Austen’s works each summer. The 2017 JASP will celebrate the 200th anniversary of … Continue reading
A message from UK: “My name is Nathan Petrie and I am the Editor-in-Chief of Shale, an undergraduate arts and writing journal housed at the University of Kentucky. After an award-winning 9 years of publishing visual art, poetry, and prose … Continue reading
Listen up aspiring writers! It is time to come out of our dark, reclusive writing dens to share what we’ve got with the world! This could be the moment when, 60 years from now, in your Victorian style library, filled to … Continue reading