Recent Faculty & Student Accomplishments

April 6, 2018

We are happy to report the following recent faculty and student accomplishments...

Rebecca Mitchell Tarumoto Short Fiction Prize

April 5, 2018

Adam Latham was awarded the 2018 Rebecca Mitchell Tarumoto Short Fiction Prize for outstanding short fiction...

New Diversion Program Featured

March 2, 2018

NBC Channel 12 did a story on the new diversion program Professor David Coogan launched...

ENGLISH FACULTY FORUM - Assistant Professor Michael Hall

February 28, 2018

Join us for the next English Faculty Forum: Wednesday (2/28) 12-1pm in Hibbs 308...

MA Alums Land Academic Posts

February 19, 2018

Congratulations go out to two MA in English program alums...

Solmaz Sharif Wins 20th Annual Levis Reading Prize

February 6, 2018

Solmaz Sharif has been named the winner of the 2017 Levis Reading Prize for her poetry collection, Look...

VCU Visiting Writers: MFA Alumni Spotlight Event

January 31, 2018

As a part of the VCU Visitng Writers series we welcome MFA alums Roselyn Elliott, Nathan Long, Emilia Phillips and Michele Young-Stone...

Moveable Feast!

April 28, 2017

Monthly series of readings by VCU Department of English Graduate Students...

Upcoming Deadlines

Classes Begin
AUGUST 23, 2018

Add/Drop Deadline
AUGUST 29, 2018

Graduation Application Deadline
SEPTEMBER 7, 2018

Fall Break
OCTOBER 18-21, 2018

Course Withdrawal Deadline
NOVEMBER 2, 2018

Last Day of Classes
DECEMBER 8, 2018

 

Blackbird

Blackbird journal logo: a stylized blackbird perched on the K of the word Blackbird overlaying the image of a photorealistic moon with a dark blue sky behind. The bird has a red berry in its beak the dot from the letter I in Blackbird.

An online journal of literature & the arts.

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British Virginia

British Virginia logo: simply the words

British Virginia is a VCU-hosted series of scholarly editions of documents touching on the colony. These texts range from the 16th and 17th-century literature of English exploration to the 19th-century writing of loyalists and other Virginians who continued to identify with Great Britain. Editions appear principally in digital form, freely downloadable. 

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