SMCM student and English/psychology double major Allison Barrett has had an essay accepted for publication. “Doubt” was composed and workshopped in Professor Cognard-Black’s creative nonfiction workshop last spring, and will appear in a forthcoming issue of Blood and Thunder: Musings on the Art of Medicine.
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 »
Turn to the back jacket of Jennifer Cognard-Black’s newly published book and there is a quote by Scott Miller, a professor of writing at Sonoma State, that reads: “Food serves as a powerful hook into conversations about class, ethnicity, gender, politics, and aesthetics….” If you ask Cognard-Black, she would say that this quote speaks not Find out more »