Allen Frost, a program coordinator in the Art Department, has published his 11th book, "5 Novels." The characters include a circus giant, clockwork animals, shapeshifters, detectives, movie stars and time travelers in a land that turns from Aztlan to America, past, present and future.…

"The Laurel Review" has just published two poems by Oliver de la Paz, an associate professor of English at Western Washington University: “Labyrinth 87” and “Labyrinth 88.”

Senior instructor Nancy Pagh has had quite a few new poems published. “Trails” and “Fingertips” appear in Pif Magazine. “Tides” and “Cuttings” have been published in Canadian Literature. “Oars” appears in Valparaiso Poetry Review, and “Tents” and “Eels” have been published in RHINO 2014.

Four of Kami Westhoff’s poems -- “Offerings,” “Rumination,” “Conjugal” and “Stitches” -- have just been published in Prism Review.

Westhoff is a senior instructor in the WWU English Department.

One need only glance at the “Faculty Notes” page of Western Today to get a sense of the depth and range of research, scholarship and creative works that Western Washington University's faculty are producing. Western CEDAR, Western Washington University’s institutional…

Oliver de la Paz’s latest poem “In Defense of Small Towns” has just appeared in the new collection "Please Excuse This Poem: 100 New Poets for the Next Generation."

It has been added to the hallway display cases in the English Department. 

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