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Ayesha Hardison Discusses Jane Crow

Have these April showers kept you in your room for far too long? Do you like study breaks? Are you looking for something to do on a Thursday afternoon?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, come to the Downing Student Union 3025 on Thursday, April 30 from 4:00-5:30 PM for a talk by Dr. Ayesha Hardison entitled, “Of Maids and
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Meeting Bowman (all over again.)

Chantel Bowman is a long time acquaintance of mine. We’ve known each other since elementary school, so basically from kindergarten to cap-and-gown. Chantel once wanted to be a nurse, but soon discovered she has a niche for English. She’s unstoppable, and has had a book published during her time here at WKU. Jacky Killian: What does it mean to be
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Summers in Autumn

Last Tuesday, I conducted an interview with Leta Summers. Leta is English for Secondary Education major, and is on track to graduate in December 2015. She wrote a book of poetry that was published in summer of 2013 by Itoh Press titled Jumping Anyway, which is available as an e-book through Barnes and Noble. For the full interview and information
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Dr. Berry Featured on Steven Raichlen’s Barbecue! Bible

Dr. Wes Berry is your go-to guy for Kentucky Barbeque. He spent 3 years traveling to barbeque joints and festivals in Kentucky (and gained 25 pounds along the way) all to bring us KY BBQ, which was published in February of this year by The University Press of Kentucky. He’s been busy promoting his book, too! Steven Raichlen, American culinary
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WKU Herald Features Dr. David Bell in Today’s Issue

Our own Dr. David Bell, Associate Professor of English at WKU, was featured in today’s issue of the WKU Herald. His new book, Never Come Back, was the main topic of conversation. Check out the article here!         And check out Dr. Bell’s latest book on Amazon.  You can listen to his book and read it on
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