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Gary Dop has poems published, honored
Assistant professor's work nominated for Pushcart Prize.
English Professor wins 2014 Liam Rector First Book Prize for Poetry
Bunny Goodjohn's book is due for publication in May 2015
Randolph English professor publishes new work
Faculty Member Signs Contract for New Book
Bunny Goodjohn's second novel will be released in 2015
William Coulter to present paper at national conference
The English professor will also have a paper published in the Southeastern Renaissance Conference's annual publication.
Summer Research project explores dramatic structure and playwriting
Grace Gardiner ’15 is writing a full-length play as part of a Summer Research project.
Alumna publishes three books in 2014
London author Kelley Swain ’07 is publishing two books of poetry and her first historical novel this year.
Visiting writer to give public reading
Shara Lessley, the Anne Spencer Poet in Residence, will present some of her poems at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Randolph student poem selected for publication
A magazine known for publishing the early works of famous writers has selected a poem by Hannah Cohen ’15 for publication.
Playwright Adam Pasen to give public reading Feb. 5
The Randolph Writer in Residence, Adam Pasen will present a public performance of his work at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Bunny Goodjohn Publishes poem in publication
Goodjohn's work was published in the Southern Women's Review
Writer-in-residence positions named for Pearl S. Buck and Anne Spencer
Randolph College has renamed two of aspects of its Visiting Writers program in honor two authors with ties to the College and Lynchburg: Anne Spencer and Pearl S. Buck, a member of the Class of 1914.
English faculty member leads panel discussion at book festival
Gary Dop moderated a discussion at the Twin Cities Book Festival about teaching and defining literary classics.
English professor publishes poems with Prime Number Magazine
The 43rd edition of Prime Number Magazine included three poems from Bunny Goodjohn.
Coulter to present at Southern Renaissance Conference
Paper will examine poetry of Ben Jonson.
Gary Dop publishes three poems
The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review and 2River View published some of Dop's poetry
Professor’s Ecopoetry Anthology garners great reviews
English Professor Laura-Gray Street co-edited an anthology of poems about nature and the environment.
Symposium of Artists & Scholars to Showcase Student Work April 18-19
Randolph professor and author Jim Peterson will provide the keynote address April 18 at 7 p.m.
Poets Explore Native American Heritage in Verse
Local coverage of Randolph's visiting writers
Mara Amster publishes chapter on Renaissance bodies and sexuality
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