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University of Nebraska's PhD program for Creative Writing
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Ava DuVernay May 1
On this day thirty years ago, Trump bought $85k worth of ads in NYC papers calling for the execution of boys known as The Central Park 5 - before their trial. Today, we replace his hateful ad with another image. They were innocent. And the system failed them.
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Joy Castro May 1
Not saying / grad students swept the awards—but they *totally* swept them. Congratulations, , Eman Hassan, , Jessica Tibo, , , & ! Go have a great summer—
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Nebraska Department of English May 1
The Cather Project has been privileged to partner with - they'll be premiering the project's commission piece, "Prairie Songs: Remembering Ántonia" by Brent Edstrom, this Sunday, May 5. More about the piece here:
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UNL Creative Writing Apr 30
Congratulations to 's Xavier Navarro Aquino on the recent publication of his short story/novel excerpt RAW SEASON in ! Another awesome publication from one of our finest writers:
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Zack Knoll Apr 29
important reading from - thanks for running it!
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Timothy Schaffert Apr 30
The most shocking development, to my eye (and borderline preening): "the hyphen has been removed from double-'E' combinations, such as 'preeclampsia,' 'preelection,' 'preeminent,' 'preempt,' 'reenter,' etc."
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Nebraska Department of English Apr 29
This Sunday is the final program for the Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra 2018-19 season, featuring the symphonic premiere of Brent Edstrom’s 'Prairie Songs: Remembering Ántonia' and Respighi's 'Pines of Rome'
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Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies Apr 29
Are you working on revising your , , , or other conference paper for us? (We hope you are!) Here are some tips as you aim for our May 1 deadline!
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Joy Castro Apr 26
Bye, ⁦⁩! You did great things for ⁦⁩ & UNL’s Digital Ethnic Studies project, & we’re grateful. Good luck!
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Joy Castro Apr 28
“Are you ready? Are you ready!” Stacey Waite, & professor & coordinator of .
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UNL Creative Writing Apr 25
Don't miss the final reading of the year tonight at @indigobridge Books in Lincoln! 6:30pm
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Prairie Schooner Apr 23
Exciting submission opportunity--not ours, but run by a friend! New anthology seeks to highlight experiences of young people (ages 11-24) who have immigrated. Submission details:
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Nebraska Department of English Apr 24
The UNL English department is recognized globally for its cutting edge research and creativity in African cultural studies. Kudos to
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Ilana Masad Apr 25
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SarahFawn Montgomery Apr 25
When I was at , Ted Kooser noticed I wore a lot of hats and put a book of hat photography from his personal library in my faculty mailbox. Happy birthday to a thoughtful, observant poet and an even more thoughtful, observant man.
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UNL Creative Writing Apr 24
Tomorrow night, don't miss the final reading of the year, featuring readings from 's and ! 6:30pm at @indigobridge Books in Lincoln.
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Nebraska Department of English Apr 23
A wonderful testimony to the imaginative, ethical, and political power of 's DECLARATIONS OF DEPENDENCE by
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Raquel Salas Rivera Apr 24
“Benka said the academy’s board of poet-judges was recognizing Rivera "as a poet with a growing national reputation and as an up-and-coming civic leader. The fact that Rivera’s...
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Nebraska Research Apr 23
Congratulations to Jeannette Eileen Jones, who has earned a fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies to help support the writing of her next book, “America in Africa: U.S. Empire, Race and the African Question, 1821-1919.”
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