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A New Addition to WKU: MFA in Creative Writing

I met with Dr. Bell during his office hours to talk about the recent development of the MFA program. I expressed to him my surprise and told him how fast it all seemed to happened. “Oh, but it did, it really did,” he said. Dr. Bell is the director of the Creative Writing program at WKU, but this development was in
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Dr. David Bell’s Q & A Session from Oct. 7

Want some writing advice from a local professor and author? Here’s a little bit of Dr. David Bell’s question and answer session from his reading at the Rob Kirby Library on October the 7th. To view his reading, click these links. Part 1: Part 2:

Dr. Bell’s The Forgotten Girl Reading: part 2

This is second half of Dr. Bell’s reading from his new book The Forgotten Girl. To watch the first part, click here. For the Q and A Session, click here:

Dr. David Bell’s Reading from The Forgotten Girl

On the 7th of October, Dr. David Bell read from his new book The Forgotten Girl. For those who wanted to attend but weren’t able to, I shot these videos for your viewing pleasure. Here’s Part 1 of 2 from his reading. For part 2, click here: For the Q and A session, click here:  

WKU Student Wins at the Nashville Film Festival

The English Department congratulates Charles Dillon Ward on his recent Nashville Film Festival Award in the “Thriller/Horror Short Film” category for his script The Ants Go Marching, which Ward says “is about sacrificing your soul to save your children.” The NaFF is a 10-day public celebration of film where Ward joined industry insiders and other filmmakers. Ward’s script was one
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Dr. Bell’s Been Traveling, and He May NEVER COME BACK

Dr. David Bell has been very busy promoting his latest novel, NEVER COME BACK. If you didn’t have a chance to attend the NEVER COME BACK book launch on October 1st, stay tuned for a video of Dr. Bell’s reading coming soon! Here are some pictures from along the way and information about upcoming events, which are all open to
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