Professor Meagan Nyland’s ENG 325 Creative Writing class read their original Halloween or spooky season themed short stories at the Spooky Stories event. It was free and students were encouraged to bring guests....
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The Spooky Stories Write-In was a Greenspring Review (GSR) sponsored event. By the way, submit your creative work (includes unedited stories, poetry, music, spoken word videos, media, artwork, reviews, etc.) to GSR by Monday, November 4!...Click here to read more.
[This post is the second installment of a four-part guest author series by English senior Amber Deter, in which she reports on her experience researching and writing in Iceland in Summer 2019. The first part is here. Above photo: Glymur waterfall. Photo by Jordan Hundelt. Used with permission.]...Click here to read more.
Junior Morgan LaMonica talked with 2017 English alum Elizabeth Mayer about her route to finding a dream job, the importance of getting teens into libraries, and the process of preparing for interviews with Dr. Snyder in ENG 331 Design Your Career. (Elizabeth is pictured above at the Havre de Grace Decoy Museum where she got her start via an internship.)...