In The News
Kayla Peterson (BA in English Ed, 2016) is an English teacher at Penn High School in Mishawaka, IN. She was recently featured on WNDU News for transforming her classroom into Hogwarts.
Check out the other awesome things #bsuenglish students and faculty have been up to!
Kathryn S. Gardiner is a “Second Rounder” in the Austin Film Festival’s annual script competition for 2017. Second Round scripts represent the top 20% of all submissions. In addition, Kathryn submitted two feature-length screenplays to the contest—“The Art of Yielding” and “The Regiment”—and both scripts advanced to the second round. Second Rounders receive access to a variety of exclusive panels and roundtables with industry professionals at the Austin, Texas conference in October. “The Art of Yielding” is also a quarter-finalist in the 2017 Slamdance Screenplay Competition.
Emily Jo Scalzo was interviewed by her MFA program at Fresno State about her first book, The Politics of Division. The interview was published on the program’s blog on September 18th as part of their “On the Books” series celebrating MFA alumni first books. Additionally, her poem “Sans Regulations” was accepted for publication in Eleventh Transmission as a part of Wax Poetry and Art’s 45 Poems: Reflection & Response project.
Rani Deighe Crowe’s short film, Beautiful Eyes, will screen in Innisbruck, Austria as part of the Final Girls Women in Horror “Best of” screening, October 6, 2017. Beautiful Eyes will also screen in San Antonio as part of the Creeper Film Festival, September 30. Her film, Texting: A Love Story will screen in the first Bull City International Film Festival in Durham, NC on Feb 3, 2018. Her short screenplay, Heather Has Four Moms, is one of 8 top finalists at the TeaDance Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, October 14
Dr. Darolyn “Lyn” Jones was invited to present her Worlding Theory in Disability Students to DPT (Doctorate in Physical Therapy) at Keen University in New Jersey via Skype.
Katy Didden’s essay “A Poetics of Tectonic Scale: the Great Distance Poem,” was accepted for publication by Poetry Northwest, and will also be reprinted in the forthcoming anthology The Poem’s Country: Place and Poetic Practice in 2018.
Silas Hansen’s essay, “What Real Men Do” (originally published in The Normal School’s Fall 2016 issue) was listed as a Notable Essay in the 2017 edition of Best American Essays. The essay is also forthcoming in the 9th edition of The Writer’s Presence: A Pool of Readings, to be published by Bedford/St. Martin’s Press in January 2018.
Michael Begnal has a poem in Thinking Continental: Writing the Planet One Place at a Time (University of Nebraska Press), a multigenre, multidisciplinary ecocritical anthology. He also has six new poems published at Empty Mirror, a journal of surrealist and post-Beat literature. In addition, Begnal has two spoken-word tracks in the Ghost City Tapes, Volume 1, curated by Ghost City Press.
Elisabeth Buck (Phd in Rhetoric and Composition, 2016) is publishing her monograph Open-Access, Multimodality, and Writing Center Studies through Palgrave Macmillan.
Brittany Ullman (BA in CW, 2017) is working as a marketing copywriter for IFD in Richmond, IN.
Lauren Cross (BA in CW, 2017) is working as a classroom aide for Burris Laboratory School in Muncie, IN.
Jenna Wilson (BA in CW 2017) has been hired as District Supervisor at the Bend Bulletin, which looks after the delivery routes and those who run them.
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