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logo_gu_wkuWKU Department of English is a go-to for all things English– both on and off campus. Check out the gallery for English events, read advice from WKU alumni, or research our majors, minors, and concentrations… the website has it all.

English Majors’ Weblog is the Facebook page where you can get quick access to all our posts and share with your friends. Be sure to “like” it while you’re there!

WKU Department of English is the English Department’s Facebook Page. Keep track of English Writing Contests and all things English, like throw-back Thursday pictures. There are also Facebook pages for majors: Creative Writing, Literature, Secondary Education, and Professional Writing.

We have a Twitter too! Don’t forget to follow us!

As well as an Instagram!

WKU Professional Writing Program is the Facebook page for everything pertaining to the Professional Writing concentration. Articles, quips, and job opportunities await!

Buy Local Bowling Green keeps the city of Bowling Green up-to-date on all things local– including food, businesses, restaurants, and events.


Molly McCaffrey, creator of “I Will Not Diet”


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I Will Not Diet,  a blog dedicated to healthy living and body acceptance, was created by WKU English professor, Dr. Molly McCaffrey.


Wes Berry, founder of “Wes Berry’s Kentucky Barbecue Adventure,” doing what he does best (eating, of course).

Wes Berry’s Kentucky Barbecue Adventure: Do you know many English professors writing books about barbecue? Didn’t think so. Not only is Berry traveling around the south, eating and reviewing barbecue in all variations, his discoveries will be published this year in his book The Kentucky Barbecue Book.

I Breathe Words is a blog created by WKU student and previous blog intern, Seanna Lyn Wilhelm. It’s a place where writers (new and practiced) can pick up tidbits about what they love to do and read about other writers, too.

     Steel Toe Books is a small, local publishing company founded in 2003. Two of WKU’s English faculty, Tom Hunley and Molly McCaffrey, are part of the administration.

The Noisy Philistine was created by Jerod Hollyfield, an assistant professor at WKU, and is a film and media blog focused on discussions of digital technology.

Know of any astounding local websites or blogs? Have one of your own? E-mail us at wku.emw@gmail.com and let us know!

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