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The Gift of George Yeats: A Lecture

Professor Matthew Campbell, University of York, Tuesday, Nov. 18, Dickson 179, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 5th, 2014: Reading Foreign Voices Round Table Discussion and Workshops

Nov. 18, 2014: Screening of "The Rule" by Italian American Directors Marylou and Jerome Bongiorno

Give Your Career A Multilingual Boost

Audiology Super Hear-Oes

Kathy Curto publishes in Talking Writing and in the anthology Listen to Your Mother

Kathy's tribute essay, "Happy Twentieth Birthday, Bird by Bird," is featured in the Fall 2014 issue of Talking Writing: A Magazine for Creative Writers and Readers and "Red, Brown and Navy Blue" was published last May in Junk and in August 2014 aired on WAMC. Kathy has also contributed to Listen to Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We're Saying Now, an anthology of motherhood stories (all kinds) that will be published in Spring of 2015 and is available for pre-sale on Amazon, IndiBound, and iTunes.

Carrie Lee O'Dell serves as Production Dramaturg for "Imagining O"

Carrie served as production dramaturg for Richard Schechner's "Imagining O," presented at MSU's Kasser Theater as part of the Peak Performances series. The play received excellent reviews in the New York Times and the Montclair Times. Carrie will speak about her experience with Imagining O at the Re-imagining Dramaturgy Symposium at the Snapple Theatre Center in Manhattan on October 17th.

Tatum Petrich organizes and presents roundtable at 2015 NeMLA Conference in Toronto

Tatum, along with Shelagh Patterson and Stacie McCormick, have organized and are presenting on a roundtable for the 2015 NeMLA conference in Toronto: Alterity and the Body in 20th- and 21st-Century American Literature and Culture.

Henry Margenau publishes a story in Cleaver Magazine

Henry's new story "It's the Noise You Miss the Most in this Giant New World" has been published in the June issue of Cleaver Magazine.

Nancy Toomey publishes If I Could Paint the Moon Black and reads at Live Lit and other events

Nancy's non-fiction book, If I Could Paint the Moon Black, was published in September by Lakeshore Press Books. The book is the result of several years of interviews with 83-year old Imbi Peebo Truumees who escaped from the Soviet takeover of her home country of Estonia during World War II. Nancy will be reading from this work at the Live Lit event on October 8th, 2014 (10am) and at Watchung Booksellers in Montclair on Tuesday, October 21st (at 7pm) as well as other appearances at libraries and bookstores.