Tag: publishing


  • March Good News

    As March comes to a close, take a moment to help us celebrate all of our #bsuenglish accomplishments! Our faculty and alumni have a whole month full of new successes you just have to read about.  Faculty  Gui Garcia Prof. Garcia’s book, Data Visualization and Analysis in Second Language Research, is now available for pre-order (to be […]

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  • January & February Good News

    Us #bsuenglish folks just keep accomplishing more and more great things! Read our good news from January and February to share in the joy radiating from our faculty, students, and alumni.  Faculty Dr. Suban Nur Cooley has won the 2021 Conference on College Composition and Communication James Berlin Memorial Outstanding Dissertation Award for her dissertation Carrying […]

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  • Good News January: Hit the Ground Running

    Can you believe it’s almost February? The first month of the decade flew by! Luckily, that didn’t stop our #bsuenglish faculty, alumni, and students from hustling. From publishing books to new jobs, we are incredibly proud to highlight everyone’s accomplishments. Read on to see all the great things that happened throughout this rainy January. Faculty […]

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  • September Good News: Keeping Busy

    Our professors, students, and alumni have been busy this month, publishing, directing, teaching, and more. Check out all the amazing good news they have to share! Faculty Good News  Prof. Sean Lovelace’s Hybrid Essay “How to Begin: Purple Bra, Prompt as Metaphor, Hiss/Kiss/Howl of Dogs, of the Falling Clouds, (roiling, roiling…)” nominated by Big Other […]

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  • August Good News – Students and Alumni

    This summer, our students and alumni received a lot of great opportunities, including presentations and new job positions. Read on to learn more! Student Good News Allison Akers’ short story, “Fate Inc.,” was accepted into the Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle, and she has the opportunity to present it in Las Vegas! Melissa Powell (Ph.D. Literature) and Leah Heim (M.A. Literature), […]

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  • River Teeth Finds New Home at Ball State

    After twenty years at Ashland University in Ohio, River Teeth will now be housed in the Department of English at Ball State University. What is River Teeth? River Teeth is a portfolio of literary editing projects anchored by one of the top literary nonfiction magazines in the country. It includes a bi-annual, print magazine (River Teeth: […]

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  • Cardinal Directions: From #bsuenglish to Publishing

    Many English majors express a desire to “get into publishing,” but it’s hard to know how. On March 14 at 6:30 PM in Bracken Library 104, three recent alumni who work in publishing will share their career journey.  Two of the panelists work in publishing in Indiana , and they’ll be attending in person. The […]

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  • Come to Our Career Class: #bsuenglishworks

    This semester, Prof. Cathy Day is teaching a special topics course entitled “Careers for English Majors.” Even if you’re not in the course, you can come to hear guest speakers and other presentations billed as “open sessions.” Undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty in the English department are all welcome. Freelance Editor Gretchen Stelter, “Making Books […]

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  • Pilgrim Souls: Taylor Baugh

    Taylor Baugh: Former Editor of the Digital Literature Review What’s a pilgrim souls? Yeats might say that it’s who we really are, not who we pretend to be. We say it’s someone who isn’t afraid to admit they’re searching, a current student who is on a path, but doesn’t know exactly where it will lead. By: Marisa […]

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  • Pilgrim Souls: Rachel Haywood

    Rachel Haywood: Former Prose Editor of The Broken Plate What’s a pilgrim soul? Yeats might say that it’s who we really are, not who we pretend to be. We say it’s someone who isn’t afraid to admit they’re searching, a current student who is on a path, but doesn’t know exactly where it will lead.  […]

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