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Acclaimed poet Paul Ceballos coming to campus Feb. 2 2023-01-24
Students’ 'Ghostwalk' invites listeners on a spooky campus tour   2022-10-28
A Malian Writer Finds a Postmortem Revival: How a French literary event in 2021 brought author Yambo Ouologuem back to life

In November 2021, a major event occurred in the French literary world: A 31-year-old Senegalese writer, Mohamed Mbougar Sarr, won the country’s most prestigious literary award, the Prix Goncourt, for his novel “La plus secrète mémoire des hommes” (“The Most Secret Memory of Men”). It was the…

WWU Professor of English Christopher Wise presents at two conferences in Africa 2022-06-08
In Memoriam: English Emeritus Professor Marjorie Donker 2022-03-15
English Department's Christopher Wise publishes translation of book-length African poem 2022-01-05
Latest edition of Bellingham Review now live 2021-12-02
This book of poetry says, 'I have fists,' and the world needs to know

Fists curling and uncurling. People who don't look each other in the eye. Food, and everyone coming together around it. These are the images at the core of Jane Wong's second collection of poems, How To Not Be Afraid Of Everything.

"That turning around when I walk down the…

English's Christopher Wise publishes article, book review 2021-09-27
WWU to host Susan Burch May 18 for 'Committed: Remembering Native Kinship in and beyond Institutions' 2021-05-10
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