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Minor Encourages Readers to ‘Reshuffle’ Her Essay, ‘Handling the Beast’

Sarah Minor, doctoral candidate in creative writing

Sarah Minor, Ph.D. candidate in English (nonfiction), has republished her essay, “Handling the Beast,” with Proximity magazine. The essay was originally published by Conjunctions as a traditional text-only piece. Download, print, shuffle, and re-read her essay. In Proximity, however, “Handling the Beast” takes on a new, tactile element: the essay […]

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September 13, 2018 at 5:44 pmResearch

McCrary’s Debut Memoir Released to Excellent Reviews

Micah McCrary

by Kristin Distel Micah McCrary’s debut memoir, Island in the City, published by the University of Nebraska Press, received advanced praise from reviewers. McCrary is a doctoral candidate studying rhetoric and composition in Ohio University’s English Department; he has a secondary specialization in creative writing (nonfiction). His memoir grows out of […]

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September 11, 2018 at 1:42 amResearch

Williams Publishes Several Poems and Book Review

Williams Publishes Several Poems and Book Review

Derek J. G. Williams, a doctoral student in Creative Writing (poetry), recently published several poems and a book review. Williams’s poem, “Keeping Time,” was published in a recent issue of Pleiades magazine and is available on his website. His poems, “Reinventing Hunger” and “Desert Garden,” appear in the latest issue […]

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September 4, 2018 at 6:34 pmStudents in the News

Moore Co-edits New Book, ‘Flash Nonfiction Funny’

Moore Co-edits New Book, ‘Flash Nonfiction Funny’

Dinty W. Moore, along with Tom Hazuka, has co-edited a new book, Flash Nonfiction Funny: 71 Very Humorous, Very True, Very Short Stories (Woodhall Press). The book features concise essays, all consisting of 750 words or less, that are sure to delight and entertain readers. “It is hard to say […]

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August 30, 2018 at 8:13 amFaculty in the News News

Martin’s Poetry Featured on The Kenyon Review

Martin’s Poetry Featured on The Kenyon Review

The work of Hugh Martin, doctoral student in Creative Writing, has been featured on The Kenyon Review‘s website. His poem, “This Morning, We Carry Body Bags,” was selected as a Kenyon Review Weekend Read. Hugh Martin is a veteran of the Iraq War and the author of The Stick Soldiers (BOA Editions 2013) and […]

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August 26, 2018 at 4:46 pmIn the News Students in the News

Martin’s Poem ‘Iraq Good’ Wins Pushcart Prize

Hugh Martin

by Kristin Distel Graduate student Hugh Martin’s poem, “Iraq Good,” has been published in The Cincinnati Review and selected as a winner of the prestigious Pushcart Prize. Martin, a doctoral student in Creative Writing, is studying nonfiction at OHIO. The poem reflects on Martin’s own experience as a soldier in […]

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May 10, 2018 at 8:29 amResearch

Benham Publishes Book Chapter on Sympathy and War Literature

English department alumni and post-doctoral fellow Renee Benham

by Kristin Distel M. Renee Benham’s chapter “The Death of Sympathy in Great War Literature” is part of the medical humanities collection Medicine, Health, and Being Human, edited by Lesa Scholl of the University of Queensland, Australia. This collection is part of the series Routledge Advances in the Medical Humanities, released […]

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April 27, 2018 at 9:03 amAlumni Research