Faculty Monthly Kudos, February 2014
Please join me in congratulation our colleagues on the following accomplishments!
An excerpt (titled "The Rivers") from John Hampsey's forthcoming memoir/novel Kaufman's Hill will appear in the Fall 2014 issue of Gettysburg Review.
Nicole Jacobs has two articles accepted for publication. "John Milton's Beehive, from Polemic to Epic" has been accepted at Studies in Philology. And "Lady Hester Pulter's The Unfortunate Florinda and the Conventions of Sexual Violence" has been accepted at Appositions: Studies in Renaissance / Early Modern Literature and Culture and will be published in volume 7 this summer.
Todd Pierce's short story, "Rockman 1951," appears in the current issue of The Harvard Review. Additionally, Todd has signed contracts for two books to be published in 2015. The first is with Mississippi University Press for Three Years in Wonderland, a book of narrative nonfiction telling the story of the men and women who built the first wave of American cinematic theme parks. The second is with Oxford University Press for Visual Storytelling, a textbook that collects serious comics, narrative art, and other graphics for a college audience (co-authored with Ryan Van Cleave).
What a great month our colleagues have had! Congratulations to all three!