English Department

Western Washington University will host four award-winning children’s and young adult book authors and illustrators from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017 at Western’s Performing Arts Center as part of Western’s 14th Annual Children’s Literature Conference.…

Theresa Warburton, a faculty member in English and WGSS, was awarded the Walter McClintock Fellowship, a Visiting Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University. She will spend one month in residence at the library looking at the papers of…

Western Washington University Senior Instructor of English Kami Westhoff has published a new book of poems titled "Sleepwalker," which has been awarded the 2016 Minerva Rising Chapbook prize. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in journals including Meridian, Phoebe, Third Coast,…

“I would not have you descend into your own dream. I would have you be a conscious citizen of this terrible and beautiful world.”

― Ta-Nehisi Coates, Between the World and Me

 

The “terrible and beautiful world”…

Brenda Miller’s latest book An Earlier Life has just been published. Miller has also co-authored three new essays with MA alum Julie Marie Wade (‘03): ”Toys” appears in Creative Nonfiction; “Heat Index” appears in the Rappahannock Review: http://www.…

WWU Professor of English Ning Yu will do a reading of Chinese poetry of the Tang dynasty at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 7 at Village Books.  The readings will be taken from translations done by Yu, in collaboration with Carlos Martinez, recently published by WWU’s East Asian…

Western Washington University will host Washington’s Poet Laureate, Gonzaga University professor Tod Marshall, for a poetry workshop at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 28, in Fraser Hall 201.

The event is free and open to the public, and will be followed by an evening reading at 6:30 p.…

A number of new publications are out from the English Department:

Nancy Pagh’s latest book, Write Moves: A Creative Writing Guide and Anthology, has just been published.

Kristin Mahoney’s most recent essays are “Camp Aesthetics and Inequality: Baron Corvo’…

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