Professors Karen Anderson and Jerry Gabriel will both give readings at George Mason’s “Fall for the Book,” an annual week-long literary festival. You can catch them on Tuesday, September 29 at 7:30 pm; the readings will take place in Johnson Center Meeting Room D, on George Mason’s Fairfax campus. Follow the link for more details: Find out more »
The English Department welcomes back five alums for a panel discussion, “Career Paths for English Majors.” They’ve worked in software development, HR, and midwifery. They are writers, musicians, and athletes. And they’ll be talking about how majoring English shaped their post-SMCM work experiences. Marianne Wood Forrest ’08. Since graduation, Marianne has worked at two different Find out more »
Introductory meeting will be held Friday, January 30 at 4 pm in the Upper Commons of Montgomery Hall. And on Tuesday, February 3, you can test your literary knowledge at the English Club’s inaugural event, Literary Trivia. Literary Trivia starts at 6 pm in the pub.
Thursday, 11 December 8:15 PM, Daugherty-Palmer Commons Robin Bates has been teaching English at St. Mary’s College since 1981 and has twice been a Fulbright professor in Slovenia. The author of numerous film and literature articles as well as of one book, How Beowulf Can Save America: An Epic Hero’s Guide to Defeating the Politics Find out more »
Thursday, 20 November 8:15 PM, Daugherty-Palmer Commons April Lindner is the author of three Young Adult novels: Catherine, a modernization of Wuthering Heights; Jane, an update of Jane Eyre; and Love, Lucy, a retelling of E. M. Forster’s A Room With a View, forthcoming in early 2015 from Poppy. Lindner also has published two poetry Find out more »