News Archive
English at the Breezeway Dialogues on Climate Change and Capitalism
March 18, 2022

Professor Stacey Balkan and star English major Autumn Bryan were brilliant at the Breezeway Dialogues event—"Did Capitalism Cause Climate Change, and Is 'Green Capitalism' The Solution?"—on February 24th.

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March 17, 2022

Congratulations to MFA alum Matthew Hawkins on publication of their nonfiction essay, "Home Home" in Passages North #43.

March 16, 2022

Congratulations to MFA alum Corrine Binnings on two recent poetry publications—"After Ananda" in Pree and "I Could Tell You of True Love, But…" in Bim.

Blood Orange Review
March 15, 2022

Congratulations to MFA alum Aiden Baker on publication of their short story, "History of Glass," in Blood Orange Review.

Choose FAU
March 14, 2022

Find out why you should choose English at Choose FAU! English will be in Democracy Plaza starting at 9:30am on Monday, March 14th.

The Fiction Issue
March 04, 2022

Congratulations to Prof. Ayşe Papatya Bucak and Dr. Ivelisse Rodriguez, co-editors of The Fiction Issue: An Aster(ix) Anthology.

Authorizing Superhero Comics
March 03, 2022

Congratulations to Prof. Eric Berlatksy, Professor of English and Associate Dean of Many Things*, who has published a new book review of Daniel Stein's Authorizing Superhero Comics: On the Evolution of a Popular Serial Genre...

Research Thursday Emily Stockard on Barbara Pym
March 02, 2022

On Research Thursday, the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters recognized Emily Stockard, Associate Professor of English, for her recent publication of The Making of Barbara Pym.

2022 Student Publications Ceremony
March 01, 2022

FAU undergraduate and graduate students should submit their published work for recognition at the 2022 Student Publication Ceremony. Submit by April 1.

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February 28, 2022

As part of the live virtual release party for Willow Springs Issue 89, Professor Andrew Furman will read on Saturday March 5th at 9pm on YouTube.