New Book by Matteo Pangallo
July 19, 2017
New faculty member Matteo Pangallo (Assistant Professor of Shakespeare and Early Modern English Literature) has just published his first monograph, Playwriting Playgoers in Shakespeare's Theater (U of Pennsylvania Press).
Alum Anna Journey Featured in VCU News
May 19, 2017
An interview with alumna Anna Journey (MFA/Poetry '07) is featured in the May 17 issue of VCU News. Journey attracted international news when she discovered an unpublished poem, "Ennui," by Sylvia Plath.
May Graduates Publish with a Mission
May 12, 2017
May 2017 graduates Taneasha White and Brandon Clarkson recently created online publishing platforms to highlight their own writing and that of others.
May 4, 2017
For 20 years, VCU students have benefited from the transformative experience of studying abroad...
Coogan to Speak on Memoirs of Mass Incarceration
April 27, 2017
Associate Professor David Coogan, author of Writing Our Way Out: Memoirs from Jail and founder and co-director of Open Minds, a program that enables college students to take courses in the arts and humanities with men and women incarcerated at the Richmond City Justice Center, will speak...
David Coogan’s “Strip Poker: A Writing Workshop at the City Jail”
April 15, 2009
David Coogan’s Prison Writing Workshop proposal was accepted as one of VCU’s 10 Exemplary Projects, and submitted for national competition for inclusion on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
VCU Grads PhD-bound!
April 11, 2017
Four graduates of the MA Program have been accepted into PhD programs...
Kathleen Graber Recipient of Arts and Letters Award in Literature
April 10, 2017
Associate Professor and poet Kathleen Graber has been chosen to receive an Arts and Letters Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Only eight awards are given annually to honor writers of exceptional accomplishments.