The English Department’s Creative Writing committee has named Keegan Waller their 2022 Student of the Year!
Creative Writing News
The first of two Ken Brewer Festival of Writing events will take place on Monday, September 26 at 7 p.m. at USU’s Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, featuring poetry readings, a live jazz ensemble, and an open mic. The main event will be a reading by wri...
The Writers’ Cache is a dedicated critique group based in the Logan, Utah area. They provide a nurturing environment for friendship, education, and encouragement to writers of all genres and skill levels.
Shanan Ballam will be reading at The Lavender House in Bear River City on September 9 at 6 p.m. The reading will also feature poet Danielle Dubrasky and songwriter Jake Rogers.
On Friday, September 16, the CHaSS Alumni Lunch Series will feature USU alumni and published authors Alyssa Quinn (BA English ’16) and Stacie Denetsosie (MA English ’19, BS English ’16).
USU English Department Lecturer Ashley Wells will read at Helicon West on August 25, 2022 at 7 p.m. at the Cache ARTS Thatcher-Young Mansion in Logan.
Professor Jennifer Sinor has been chosen as the inaugural recipient of the English Faculty Mentoring Award.
Associate Professor Jason Olsen published his postmodern poem “If Anyone Was Offended...” in Issue #73 of Rattle.
Several recent and current USU English Department graduate students took home awards at this year’s Utah Original Writing Competition.
Associate Professor Ben Gunsberg’s “What a Baby,” which premiered at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art in 2019, is featured with Atticus Review.
Associate Professor Ben Gunsberg’s compelling sonnet, “John Henrys,” was recently published in Jelly Bucket.
Britt Allen, adjunct instructor for the English Department and USU alumna, is publishing her first poetry chapbook with Finishing Line Press this summer.
Senior Lecturer Shanan Ballam’s poem “Spring Hollow, Thanksgiving Day 2020” and interview were recently featured on the Line Rider Press website.
Amber Caron has just published a short story in the Fall 2020 issue of The Threepenny Review, one of the country’s most prestigious and competitive literary journals.
This summer, Professor Charles Waugh accepted a position as assistant editor for fiction at ISLE, the official publication of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment and the top US journal in the field of ecocriticism.
Professor Ben Gunsberg’s poem, “Dark Impactor,” was recently published in Reed Magazine, California’s oldest literary journal.