James Cooper Publishes

James Cooper had had his chapbook Listening for Low Tide, which emphasizes the presence of sound and the act of listening, published recently. Paper copies can be ordered from Amazon. During 2022, poems of his appeared in Poetica Review, New Note Poetry, Abandoned Mine, and Flint Hills Review. More work is forthcoming in Evening Street Review.

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Tom Reynolds Publishes

Tom Reynolds has poems published in the latest issues of Flint Hills Review and Spitball: The Literary Baseball Magazine as well as poems accepted for forthcoming issues of I-70 Review, Spitball, and Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature.


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Michael Carriger Publishes on PBS Learning Media


Michael Carriger and Bill Patterson selected clips from a documentary (Rediscovering John Berryman) on poet John Berryman and created lesson plans for high school English teachers.  The site above houses those plans, the clips, and additional resources, examining Berryman’s The Dream Songs, his relationship with his contemporaries, his writing in the mid-twentieth century, and questions of reception and audiences.  Their work with the documentary’s producer stems from a presentation they made at the Berryman at 100 Conference at the University of Minnesota in 2014 and the subsequent publication of that presentation in John Berryman:  Centenary Essays in 2017.  Rediscovering John Berryman premiered on PBS in the fall of 2022.

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Leanna Brunner Presents

Leanna Brunner’s research proposal titled, “The Cognitive Impact of Writing on Mental Health” was accepted for presentation at the KCTE (The Kentucky Council of Teachers of English) in March 2023.  She will be presenting at Murray State University, where she is getting her doctorate.

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Danny Alexander Presents

On September 29th, Danny gave the presentation “Urban Renewal and the Displacement of Our Musical Heritage” in the Redlining Exhibit for Once Upon an Artifact: Making a Seat at the Table.

On October 19th, Danny gave the presentation, “Patty Carroll’s Domestic Bliss and the Ghost Story” in the Adorned exhibit for Noon at the Nerman.

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