Accents on English: Spring-Summer 2015

Recent Alumni Publications

Thank you to those who sent us word of your recent books! Please continue to let us know of your publications so we may recognize your good work.

H. Lee Barnes (MFA 1992). Cold Deck. Univ. of Nevada Press, 2013.

Chris Benguhe (BA 1992). The Best of A Better View. Amor Deus/Vesuvius, 2015.

Adrienne Celt (MFA 2012). The Daughters: A Novel. Liveright/W.W. Norton, 2015.

Kirsti Cole (PhD 2008), ed. Feminist Challenges or Feminist Rhetorics? Locations, Scholarship, Discourse. Cambridge Scholars, 2014.

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Rosemarie Dombrowski (BA 1996; PhD 2007). The Book of Emergencies. Foiled Crown/Five Oaks, 2015.

Kate Gale (BA 1987). Echo Light. Red Mountain, 2014.

Kate Gale (BA 1987). The Goldilocks Zone. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 2014.

Joe Gilliland (PhD 1979). A Teacher's Tale: A Memoir. iUniverse/True Directions, 2015.

Amelia Gray (BA 2004). Gutshot. Macmillan/ Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015.

Plynn (Patricia Lynn) Gutman (BIS 2005). Your Journal Companion: 365 Writing Prompts to Heighten Awareness of Self and Others. Plynn Gutman, 2015.

J.B. Hogan (PhD 1979). Living Behind Time. Oghma Creative Media/Liffey, 2014.

Bill Konigsberg (MFA 2005). The Porcupine of Truth. Scholastic/Arthur A Levine, 2015.

W.T. Pfefferle, (BA 1983). My Coolest Shirt: Poems. The Word Works, 2015.

Ryan Skinnell (PhD 2011), Judy Holiday (PhD 2012), and Christine Vassett (PhD 2010). What We Wish We’d Known: Negotiating Graduate School. Fountainhead, 2015.

Sanderia Faye (Smith) (MFA 2001).Mourner's Bench. Univ. of Arkansas Press, 2015.

Viktorija Todorovska (MTESL 1996; PhD 2000), and François Millo. Provence Food and Wine: The Art of Living. Agate Surrey, 2014.

Viktorija Todorovska (MTESL 1996; PhD 2000). The Sardinian Cookbook: The Cooking and Culture of a Mediterranean Island. Agate Surrey, 2013.

Sarah Vap (MFA 2005). Viability. Penguin, 2015.

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