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Monthly Archives: February 2019
In an online interview, the Mondoville English Program’s newest faculty member mentions a couple of anthologies he’s edited that will be coming out this year. As it happens, I have stories in both of them (and for you collector types, … Continue reading
It’s a day for interruptions — after seemingly unending days of rain and chill (by Mondoville standards, anyway; I closed my office window), I see sunshine out the back door. I’m ten Shakespeare papers away from having an empty grading … Continue reading
When I teach my Age of Johnson (Restoration/18th C.) class, I’m fond of mentioning one of the English government’s actions upon Charles II’s ascent to the throne. From St. Wiki: Charles’s new parliament ordered the disinterment of Cromwell’s body from … Continue reading
I’m hanging in my office on a misty afternoon, trying to do a little planning for the week’s classes. But in the meantime, why not blog a bit? *** Not this coming week, but next, I’ll be talking to one … Continue reading
My Ph.D. institution‘s athletic teams are known as the Cardinals, and have been since 1927. But they had sports teams before then (back when we were known as the Indiana State Normal School, Eastern Division) — men’s basketball began in … Continue reading
I am delighted to report that Lawrence Block, America’s foremost living crime writer, will be joining Newberry’s English program for the Fall 2019 semester. He will be the Gerding Writer-In-Residence (a new position) for the term, and will work with … Continue reading