Book Publication: Postcard Poems

Jeanne Griggs, Writing Center Director, has published a volume of poetry, Postcard Poems, published by Broadstone Books. She will be reading and signing her book outside of the Kenyon bookstore October 14th at 4:30 pm. In days before selfies and social media, postcards were a ubiquitous feature of travel, providing both means of communication withContinue reading “Book Publication: Postcard Poems”

Faculty Publications: Specimens and Reflections

Royal Rhodes, Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies, published several poems over the first half of 2021 in various magazines such as Taj Mahal Review, Thimble Literary Magazine, Montreal Review, and Trouvaille Review. A selection of some of his poetry is available to view online. Arial Chart “Calligraphy” June 2021 “Moonsighting in Maine” June 2021 “NearContinue reading “Faculty Publications: Specimens and Reflections”

Faculty Publication: Review of Exhausted on the Cross

Keija Parssinen, Assistant Professor of English, has published a book review of Exhausted on the Cross by Najwan Darwish in the Spring 2021 issue of World Literature Today. It is available in its entirety online. Excerpt In Najwan Darwish’s unflinching new collection of poems, Exhausted on the Cross, we witness a poet in conflict withContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Review of Exhausted on the Cross”

Faculty Publication: Tidal-Lingualism

Orchid Tierney, Assistant Professor in English, has published a piece with Annulet: A Journal of Poetics in its biannual publication titled “Tidal-Lingualism: On Craig Santos Perez’s “from tidelands.”” It can be read in its entirety online. Excerpt Don Mee Choi proposes that “translation is a map, a mode that can trigger endless crossings from oneContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Tidal-Lingualism”