Students win Harvard's Trollope Prize
English-born poet and author Rosalind Brackenbury is the new Donaldson Writer in Residence.
Simic reads Pulitzer Prize-winning verse
Pulitzer-Prize winning poet to give reading
Davis ('96) to publish 'Cow Poetry'
Minor options for English majors
'Hollywood Kryptonite' begets 'Hollywoodland'
Professor Potkay Wins NEH Fellowship
Schoenberger’s book is behind 'Hollywoodland'
Blank: Shakespeare and the Mismeasure of Renaissance Man
Putzi: Identifying Marks: Race, Gender, and the Marked Body in Nineteenth-Century America
Q&A with Jason Ross '95 of Seven Mary Three
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet had audience laughing out loud
Evidence of a ghostly encounter in Tucker?
Pinson's 'Changing the Changes' delivers more than the blues
College's writer-in-residence dissatisfied with Hollywood's treatment of 'The Evidence'
Ian Caldwell, writer for "The Evidence,” talks about coming up with and selling a new-formula production in Hollywood.
Stranded on the rock of St. Michael The pilgrim adventures of John Conlee
Mott’s poetry considers madness and memory
Tribe Aid showcases staff and faculty talent
Linguists Research Timucua
Swem database puts 18th-century literature at one's fingertips
Studying terrorism: Students on front lines of global threat
'Writing with light' helps English professor clarify passions Zuber has fallen in love with the documentary-film genre
Henri Cole '78 is familiar with the deep places where poets struggle.
Carolivia Herron seeks peace: with her past, with her future, with her presence here at William and Mary.
Who's the kid with the "nappiest, fuzziest, the most screwed up, squeezed up, knotted up" hair?
If you think that the trek from Morton Hall to Tucker Hall is a long one, imagine making the trip from New York City twice a week.