Come fall, there will be new faces in the halls of Robert Bell. Here are three of them! Poetry: Dr. Katy Didden Katy Didden grew up in Washington D.C., and has lived in many cities across the U.S., including Seattle, Chicago, St. Louis, and Eugene. She holds degrees from Washington University, the University of Maryland, […]
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Since we’re approaching the end of Spring semester, it’s time to hear what the English public relations interns have to say! Today, Jeff tells us about his experiences in the Writers’ Community — from freshman year to junior year. If you’re interested in attending Writers’ Community, it takes place during the Fall and Spring. Meetings are from […]
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Since we’re approaching the end of the Spring semester, it’s time to hear what the English public relations interns have to say! Today, Taylor tells us about her experiences as an English student — both inside and outside the classroom. I got my job as an English department secretary a few weeks before I started my […]
Andrew Kmiec was born and raised in Northwest Indiana and graduated from Ball State in 2009 with a degree in creative writing. In 2010, he moved to Los Angeles, determined to fulfill his childhood dreams of storytelling and filmmaking. Since moving to L.A., Andrew has worked with some of the industry’s most influential storytellers in both commercials and […]
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On February 16th, Ball State held a tribute to author Maya Angelou, who died this past June. English department faculty Prof. Mark Neely and Prof. Angela Jackson-Brown were both involved in planning the event, and Prof. Jackson-Brown spoke at the tribute. The English Department asked sophomore English major Nikole Darnell to interview Prof. Jackson-Brown and […]
What is it? The Digital Literature Review is Ball State’s academic journal. Every year, those involved in the journal share their hard work at the DLR launch gala. We want you to be there for the release of the DLR‘s second issue: Slavery Now. Why should I attend? If you attend, you not only get the […]
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[polldaddy poll=8783174] Adam Kuban, a journalism professor at Ball State, is working with students in the Ingelhart Scholars Program to create a book about facing depression in East Central Indiana. By teaming up with The Facing Project (founded by Kelsey Timmerman and #bsuenglish alum J.R. Jamison), Adam and his students hope to provide a platform for the […]