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      1. Black History and the Writers who Made/Make It
      2. Giving Blue Day - Literary Journalism Initiative
      3. The fall 2018 issue of LSA Magazine spotlights Michael Byers and his audio drama, Mary from Michigan.
      4. Phil Christman, lecturer II in English language and literature, has been featured in The Record for his work as editor of the Michigan Review of Prisoner Creative Writing.
      5. Michigan voters made history on election night November 6, 2018 by choosing Dana Nessel to become the state’s first openly gay attorney general.
      6. An LSA professor looks to radio’s past to create a contemporary radio drama.
      7. 13 Contemporary Women Writers
      8. 10 Latinx Authors Everyone Should Read
      9. 9 Intersectional LGBTQ+ Authors
      10. Susan Scott Parrish Receives James Russell Lowell Honorable Mention
      11. Melanie Yergeau Awarded MLA Prize for a First Book
      12. Desai Receives Humanities Award
      13. Kumarasamy Makes Long List
      14. Land of Tomorrow awarded Bredvold Prize
      15. Ladies' Greek Named Best Book
      16. Gere and Mattawa selected for Mellon Program for Humanities and Public Engagement
      17. Melanie Yergeau wins CCCC Lavender Rhetorics Award
      18. Sandra Gunning Named Arthur F. Thurnau Professor
      19. UC Davis Professor Gina Bloom to Give Shakespeare Birthday Lecture
      20. Aliyah Khan wins Helen Tartar First Book Subvention Award
      21. Ralph Williams featured in Alumni Association's "Keep the Conversation Going"
      22. English 322: Community Journalism
      23. Anne Gere wins Teaching Innovation Prize
      24. Victor Mendoza receives LSA award
      25. Hayley O'Malley Wins Graduate Student Conference Paper Prize
      26. Melanie Yergeau Wins RSA Book Award
      27. Randy Tessier Featured in the Ann Arbor Observer
      28. Rich Cureton Continues Work in Temporal Poetics
      29. Watch Gaurav Desai's Talk - Precarious Futures, Precarious Pasts: Migritude and Planetarity
      30. Fritz Swanson Featured in the University Record
      31. Julie Buntin Wins the Ellen Levine Fund for Writers Award
      32. IDEA Board Wins Distinguished Diversity Leaders Team Award
      33. English 344 (Writing for Publication/Public Writing) Introduces Students to Modern-Day Journalism
      34. Interview with Alumna Lillian Li: Living and Writing in Ann Arbor
      35. Undergraduate Writers at Café Shapiro
      36. Learning about the Midwest in the Midwest
      37. Learning about the Midwest in the Midwest
      38. A Summer in Northern Michigan – GLACE Summer Program
      39. English 317 Literature of Medicine
      40. Treading Through Treader
      41. Buzz Alexander: A Legacy Through Social Movement
      42. Catherine Lacey Emphasizes the Beauty of Mistakes in Lecture on Fiction Craft
      43. Course Spotlight: English 371
      44. Live Poetry and Open Mic in Downtown Ann Arbor
      45. Lost in Translation
      46. The Little Prince Feels Like Home
      47. Fun Home: Alison Bechdel’s Decidedly Not Pretentious Study of Fatherhood
      48. How Instapoets Made Poetry Accessible
      49. What Does an Online English Course Look Like?
      50. Quarantine Reading Suggestions: Informational Genre
      51. The World’s on Fire, and We’re Telling Stories
      52. English 313 Students Create Digital Exhibit
      53. Gamble Receives Distinguished Dissertation Award
      54. Goodison Receives Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry
      55. Brandolino, horror engages students
      56. Alien Miss receives honorable mention
      57. Outstanding Research Mentor: Molly Beer
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