Tag Archive for By Davina Tomlin ’20

I Wrote it, Now What Do I Do With It?

If you’re anything like me, writing is a minefield. You love it, and when the idea takes hold and doesn’t let you go, it’s a rush. Maybe you like to write poetry or stories, or maybe you’re attempting Nanowrimo for the first time. Writing something—anything—is a wonderful, powerful thing. But then comes the second part,…

A Brief Interview with English Major Azariah (Oz) Kurlantzick

A brief interview with Azariah (Oz) Kurlantzick (class of 2020) about their summer internship and what it taught them. We hope this will be informative for Majors and Minors, especially those interested in education or the MAT program here at Clark. What was your internship, name and brief description of activities? I was a Teaching…

Professor Joan Houlihan Releases Fifth Book of Poetry

We at the English Department are always impressed with the phenomenal work of our faculty and staff, and love to learn everything we can about what they do. This month, our esteemed Creative Writing instructor Joan Houlihan has published her fifth book of poetry, entitled Shadow Feast, available here. I took a minute to talk…

Voice of the Voiceless: An Interview with John Morano

The English Department is thrilled to welcome John Morano ‘82, professor of Journalism, Monmouth University and author of the Morano Eco-Adventure Series to our campus this March. His work, which focuses on the lives of endangered species, has been endorsed by World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, The Ocean Conservancy, and The American Society for…

Professor Emerita SunHee Gertz, Professor Betsy Huang, and PhD candidate Lauren Cyr’s New Anthology

Diversity and Inclusion has been on the English Department’s mind recently. As we dive deeper into issues that our collective community faces, it’s easy to see how our interaction with these issues can shape our education, and shape the way we interact with each other. Earlier this academic year, the English Department hosted the Global Cultures…

Rose Wine: Winner of the Blog-Naming Contest!

Rose Wine ’20; is 19 years old and from Calaveras County (think of Mark Twain’s “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”) in northern California. She recently won our blog-naming contest with the title “The Next Chapter,” Rose was one of many contestants to enter, and we are so happy to present her winner’s interview! Are you an…