Adam Potkay's book "The Story of Joy" has been named co-winner of a major literary award.
Tom De Haven, the artist-in-residence at the College of William & Mary, teaches the principles of narrative and storytelling to undergraduates.
Susan Wise Bauer's "The Art of the Public Grovel" details the rise in the demand for public confession in America.
Congratu- lations to Margaret L. Hamilton Professor Adam Potkay, whose most recent book The Story of Joy has been published by Cambridge University Press.
Associate Professor Hermine Pinson's latest volume of poetry Dolores is Blue / Dolorez is Blues has appeared through Sheep Meadow Press.
Simon Joyce, associate professor of English at the College of William and Mary, talks about appropriating the Victorians.
First Writer in Residence Stephen Marlowe Dies
Nate Burgess '08 has managed to combine a love of nature and a love of literature in a double major.
Prof. Meyers studies the role of slaves in the College's past
Students bring home three Trollope Prizes
Robbins inspires writers at alma mater
A First-Hand Report on Study Abroad in Galway, Ireland
Victorian Animal Dreams
Victorians in the Rearview Mirror
Background Radiation: Talking poetry with Hart
Victorian Poetry's Bad Boy
Discovering the Structure of Lithuanian
Five Students Win Literary Awards
English Alum Inspires Hit Show 'House'
Students Pursue Honors in English
Hart: Background Reading