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Norma Elia Cantú non-fiction writer and scholar, Professor of English, UT San Antonio will be here at SCU on Tuesday, February 2, 2016, 4-5pm at St. Clare Room. Co-Sponsored by the Santa Clara Review, Creative Writing Program, & Dept. of English.
The Santa Clara Review received high praise for its design, artwork, and the diversity and quality of writing in a lengthy review on NewPages.com, a leading source for information and reviews on literary magazines and books.
Assistant Professor Amy Lueck completed her undergraduate degree in English and Creative Writing at Loyola University Chicago, and is excited to be part of a Jesuit community once again.
David Keaton received his BFA in Creative Writing at Bowling Green State University and his MFA from the University of Pittsburgh, where he worked closely with Chuck Kinder on finishing his first massive, unpublishable novel.
This year the English Department and Creative Writing Program sponsored poetry readings by SCU alumni Peter Verbica and Janice Dabney and SCU faculty members Tim Myers and Philip Kobylarz, a fiction and nonfiction reading by SCU alumnus and faculty member Mike Malone, and a storytelling event with SCU faculty members Tim Myers and Andy Garavel.
Winner of the Christiaan Lievestro Prize for his portfolio “The Proper Use of Colorblindness in America’s Educational System,” “Becoming Human: Character Growth in Rasselas,” “Women and World Order: The Peculiar Place and Power of Females in Hamlet”
Simone Billings has worked on the 6th edition of The Well-Crafted Argument with Fred White – and is excited that two of her CTW students from Fall-Winter 2014-15 will have their final papers from Winter 2015 published in the 6th edition, which will be out in January 2016.
The English Club was rebooted for the 2014-15 school year. The club wanted to find new ways for students and faculty to engage with each other (and with ideas) outside of the classroom.
In 2015, the SCU chapter of Sigma Tau Delta welcomed 19 new members to its group, ranging from high sophomores to seniors.