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L. Annette Binder, FictionMarch 6th, Craft Talk at 4pm followed by Reading at 7pm
Writer Craft Talk and Reading
202 McEwen Hall
L. Annette Binder's collection of stories, Rise (Sarabande Books) http://www.lannettebinder.com/, received the 2011 Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction. Her stories have recently appeared or are forthcoming in The Pushcart Prize XXXVI, The PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories, One Story, American Short Fiction, The Southern Review, Third Coast, and others.
Welcome Back To English Works!
21 East Bookstore, Dunkirk
Sunday February 23rd at 5 p.m.
Join the English Works Club as the celebrate the start to a new semester! Stop by and see how awesome English works is!
Final Thoughts and Concerns
Dec. 5, Thursday, 2:00 - 3:20
English Reading Room (127 Fenton hall)
In this workshop, students are encouraged to express their thoughts and concerns that they are interested in knowing about in addition to sharing their gains from this series of workshops both verbally and in written form. Students will be given a questionnaire to answer some questions which can help themselves realize what they have learned in these workshops as well as help the workshop holder to learn what other topics should be included in future semesters in order to better assist international students at Fredonia.
Workshops for International Students at SUNY Fredonia
Reducing Stress and Identifying Expectations
Nov. 19, Tuesday, 2:00 - 3:20
English Reading Room (127 Fenton Hall)
To all students, stress may affect each of us in different ways. It is important to realize some symptoms caused by stress and then effectively deal with them. In this workshop, tips for identifying sources of stress as well as strategies for reducing and minimizing stress will be introduced. Some students may be invited to share what stressful situations they have experienced and how they overcome their stress effectively.
Gathering to remember Thom Dean
Please join use for for a campus gathering to honor the memory of Thomas Dean.
Wednesday, 11/20, 4 pm, Horizon Room, Williams Center
Come Join Us At The First English Works Event:
MINI JOB/INTERNSHIP FAIR
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
12-3 p.m. Williams Center S-204 ABC
Tuesday, April 30th, 12-3pm in the Williams Center (S-204-ABC), will mark the first English Works event! This is a new student group, now acknowledged by Student Association, to help English students connect to professional opportunities.
Mary Louise White Visiting Writers Series
We are excited to have an ongoing series of nationally-acclaimed visiting writers, who work directly with our students in small workshop as well as lecture settings. All are welcome.
Author craft talk: 4-5pm, reading 7pm. All events in 202 McEwen Hall and free and open to public. Q&A and book-signing after each reading.
3/11: Free and open to the public
Shanny Maney (hosted by Writer's Ring) is a performance poet and teacher from the middle of the Midwest. With poet Robbie Q. Telfer, she cofounded The Encyclopedia Show, a radical literary reading/spectacular which now runs in venues all across the globe. Maney continues to co-curate the original show in Chicago. Years ago, she hosted the Ear Candy open mic/music/poetry slam series in Normal, IL. She lives with her husband and cute dogs in the house that looks like their dreams. Her first book of poems, I Love Science!, is available from Write Bloody Publishing.
Buddy Wakefield (hosted by Pride) is the two-time Individual World Poetry Slam Champion featured on NPR, the BBC, HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, and most recently signed to Ani DiFranco’s Righteous Babe Records. In 2004 he won the Individual World Poetry Slam Finals thanks to the support of anthropologist and producer Norman Lear then successfully defended that title at the International Poetry Festival in Rotterdam, Netherlands against the national champions of seven European countries with works translated into Dutch. In 2005 he won the Individual World Poetry Slam Championship. An author at Write Bloody Publishing, his books include Gentleman Practice and Live for a Living.
The Albert A. Dunn Day of Poetry and Prose
The 5th annual Albert A. Dunn Day of Poetry and Prose will be held on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 12:00-4:30 p.m. in room S204 of the Williams Center. This event celebrates the great literature taught by Dr. Dunn as well as your favorite poems or prose pieces. It is held during National Poetry Month and promotes the art of reading aloud. There is no charge to attend and everyone is encouraged to come and listen. Due to its length, it is a come and go as you need event. Reading fees are required prior to the event and raise funds for the Albert A. Dunn Scholarship and Book Grant. Participation forms for readers will be available in February in the English Department office.
Community Bedtime Stories
For campus community kids (or just kids at heart)--
Join Sigma Tau Delta (the national English Department Honor Society) and Reed Library Wednesday April 24th from 7-8pm in the garden at Reed Library Wear your pjs!
Small snacks will be provided!
Bedtime stories will be read by professors Susan Spangler, KimMarie Cole, and Dustin Parsons
English Works--Mini "Internship & Job" Fair for English Majors
Tuesday, April 30th, in the Williams Center Room S204 ABC
Poetry Gala reading, featuring the poets of ENGL 460: Advanced Poetry
Kristie Beckinghausen, Shelby Converse, Laura Distaso, Gabriel Fontanez, Ashley Friedman, Dan Hahn, Alice Hodge, Jake Lesinski, Drew Lockwood, Peter Mason, Jesse McMahon-Eagan, Emily Metzler, Teresa Porcaro, Mark Schlewitt & Will Walawender