We have a great team of faculty in our program. They work hard in and out of the classroom. Here are some recent accomplishments from our faculty. Please click on the links to view their work!
has an article featured in Time Magazine
titled "During the Pandemic, I've Been Reaching Out to People From My past. Here's What I've Learned." She says she loved Time Magazine
growing up and that it was a dream getting to write for them.
was featured on Whit Missildine's podcast, This Is Actually Happening
in an episode titled "What if you entered The Void?"
The podcast was ranked #3 on Apple Podcasts, beating The New York Times Daily.
The Today Show
recommended reading Children of the Land
by Marcelo Hernandez Castillo
as part of National Hispanic Heritage Month. The article highlights some of the most popular books that were released this year by Latinx authors.
was featured in The Baltimore Review
for her poem "Darkness thrown Down Like a Blanket."
Chris Feliciano Arnold
was featured in The New York Times
for his work and research regarding the Amazon. The article, "The Amazon has Seen Our Future," was a 14-page, ad-free section in the Sunday paper. It featured multiple voices, photos, poetry, and art of the rainforest, and a map that showcases the areas under threat. Arnold's piece is titled "Captain Chain Saw's Delusion."
is hosting a virtual event for her book release. Log on with your coffee, favorite sparkling water, or breakfast beer to lift a glass to Kati as her first book baby makes its way into the world. She’ll give a short reading, offer any exciting updates about the book and upcoming events, and take a question or two if people have them. But the most important part is just to bask together in this release, after eight years of work and a wild, wild journey. Click here to RSVP via Facebook
was featured in the Black Fork Review
for a piece called "On Blue: An Induction." She writes that the piece a version of a speech that she gave in her first year as a tenure-track faculty member here at Ashland University.