English graduate student Kelsey LeCrone recently presented her paper, “The Relationship Between Reading and Listening in Literature,” on a panel titled, “Retextualizing Traditional Texts” at the Voice and Voicing in a Technological Era, A NEXUS Interdisciplinary Conference. The paper was a discussion of the fundamentals of reading and listening from a reading science and rhetorical viewpoint combined with a discussion of some of the key issues surrounding reading and listening in terms of how literature is interpreted and an overview of her case study.
Literary magazine Bartleby Snopes recently published a short story by English graduate student Shellie Richards. Her story, “Quick & Painless” also won the magazine’s story-of-the-month contest. Click here to read Shellie’s short story.