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Please join us at the Baltimore Book Festival this Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 3 pm to hear English Department senior Mone More and recent grad Elizabeth Mayer read fiction and poetry at the University Writers’ Program, sponsored by the Ivy Bookshop!

The University Writers’ Program brings together writers from University of Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University, UMBC, Towson, Loyola, Stevenson, Goucher, Coppin, Morgan State, and MICA.

http://www.baltimorebookfestival.com/schedule/event-detail/3645/University-Writers%20Program

The event will be held at the Ivy Bookshop Stage, which is shown on this map near the Baltimore Visitors Center:

http://www.baltimorebookfestival.com/baltimorebookfestival/uploads/File/BBF17_Map5_program_8.5x11.pdf

Congratulations to graduating English Department seniors and the newest members of English Honor Society, Sigma Tau Delta, who were recognized at the Department's showcase last week!  Internship placements included a small independent press, Girls' Life magazine, and SU's own Greenspring Review.  Many thanks to the English faculty for your support of the students!

Check out the Spring 2017 issue of The Greenspring Review featuring original writing, photography, fashion design, and artwork by SU students!

Students in Professor Ashley Kniss' ENG152 class had the opportunity to experience life on stage in Elizabethan England this week.  Professor Ryan Clark brought the students into the world of Shakespearean Theatre and onto the stage of SU's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.  Students learned about play performance and acting techniques from the period and even had the chance to try on some costumes.  Midsummer runs through this weekend with performances at the Inscape Theatre on Friday and Saturday at 7pm.

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