English Department Head Dr. W.D. Blackmon and co-author Dr. Tarif Bakdash will join the reading series this semester on Feb. 26 to read from their recently released book, “Inside Syria—A Physician’s Memoir: My Life as a Child, a Student, and an MD in a
This Friday poet Richard Newman will be visiting Missouri State as a part of the Missouri Author Series. There will be both a Q&A session and a reading. The reading will take place in the Plaster Student Union Theater on
This Friday Missouri State University’s own Associate Professor in the English Department Michael Czyzniejewski will be reading from his new collection, I Will Love You for the Rest of My Life: Breakup Stories. His reading will take place in Plaster Student
Well-known radio show host Garrison Keillor recently read Dr. Jane Hoogestraat‘s poem “At the Edge of a Time Zone” on his program Writer’s Almanac. Keillor, of “A Prairie Home Companion” fame, read Hoogestraat’s poem on his August 2 program (poem
Author and Springfield native Steve Yates will be reading passages and talking about his Moon City Press book “The Teeth of Souls” next week. He’ll be at the Springfield-Greene County Library Center on March 26 and Barnes & Noble bookstore
English honors professor Dr. Jane S. Hoogestraat enjoyed the December release of her book, “Border States.” As winner of the John Ciardi Prize for Poetry, Hoogestraat’s earned a $1,000 award and publication of “Border States,” by BkMk Press, a University
The English department will host a reading by Debra Kang Dean from her recent book Fugitive Blues on Friday, Sept. 26 at 7:00 p.m., and she will be available afterward for book signing. The event, located at the Robert W.
The Department of English is proud to present a reading slated at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 4, at the Midtown Library. Nancy Allen, a member of the College of Business, will be reading from her first novel, Code of the
Daniel Woodrell, author of “Winter’s Bone“ and “The Maid’s Version,” will visit Missouri State’s campus this October.
Join us Monday, April 8, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Carrington Auditorium (Room 208) to hear panelists highlight the findings of articles recently published in Springfield’s Urban Histories: Essays on the Queen City of the Missouri Ozarks (Moon City Press, 2012). There will be an autographed book
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