The Georgia Southern Department of Writing & Linguistics is delighted to announce that:
Alumna Selby Cody had her first fiction piece “Man on the Moon” published in GNU: The National University Student Literary Journal.
Undergraduate W&L major Courtney Sylvester was featured as a guest contributor for Feminist Wire with her story “1 in 4”. Her other story “Red Checkered Flannel” was published in The GNU, as well.
Wonderful jobs, Selby and Courtney!
As for our amazing, and hard-working W&L faculty:
Professor Christina Olson had her second book of poetry, Terminal Human Velocity, published and released by Stillhouse Press.
Dr. Joanna Schreiber had her article Toward a Critical Alignment with Efficiency Philosophies published in the journal Technical Communication.
Terrific for all of you! Thank you for your own passions for writing, and for contributing to the wonderfulness that is the Department of Writing and Linguistics. You’re making us proud!!