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Sara Stamey, a senior instructor of English at Western Washington University, has had her Caribbean novel "Islands" published in an ebook edition by Book View Cafe. "Islands" is a Foreword Book of the Year Finalist.

 

Lee Gulyas, a senior instructor of English at Western Washington University, had her essays "The Rest Of The Story" and "Pastime" published in "Full Grown People."

Christopher Wise, of professor of English at Western Washington University, gave a speech titled "Al Hajj Sekou Tall and Yambo Ouologuem: Violence and the Islamic Public Sphere in West Africa" at Stanford University on April 4, 2014.

Kristin Mahoney, an associate professor of English at Western Washington University, and Rich Brown, an associate professor in the Theatre and Dance Department at Western, co-authored "Devising and Interdisciplinary Teaching: A Case Study in Collaboration Between Theatre and Humanities…

The fall/winter 2013-14 issue of "Poetry Northwest" featured a poem by Suzanne Paola titled "Holly Park" and two poems by Oliver de la Paz, titled "Heaving 75-lb. rock" and "Kneeling, firing and rising." Recent alumna Kate Lebo (BA, '05) also had her…

Christopher Patton, an instructor of English at Western Washington University, has had his poem "Spring Snow" published in the fall issue of the journal "CV2: The Canadian Journal of Poetry and Critical Writing."

Mary Janell Metzger, a professor of English at Western Washington University, had her essay "Teaching Shakespeare's Tragedies as the Problem of Human Freedom" published in the collection "Shakespeare in the EFL Classroom."

Nancy Johnson, a professor of English at Western Washington University, had her latest essay used as the opening chapter (titled "i-story/my-story~your-story/our story: Preserving Story in Our Changing World") in the new collection "One Big Story: Delving Deeper into Asian…

Jeanne Yeasting's latest poem, "Hooligan of Love," has just been published in the Mojave River Review's special "Ekphrasis" issue. Yeasting is a senior instructor of English at Western Washington University.

Tiana Kahakauwila, an assistant professor of English at Western Washington University, had her essay "The New Hawaiian Warrior" published in the German magazine "GEO."

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