2016 Manastash Student Literary Magazine now available in the English Department, LL 423.
Free to all students.
Careers and the Value of an English Major
Born in Calcutta and raised in New Delhi, Sayantani Dasgupta teaches at the University of Idaho. Her essays and stories have appeared in The Rumpus, Phoebe, and Gulf Stream, among other magazines and literary journals. She edits nonfiction for Crab Creek Review, and previous honors include a Pushcart Prize Special Mention and a Centrum Fellowship. In Fire Girl, her debut collection of essays, Sayantani examines her personal story against the history, religion, popular culture and mythology of South Asia and her current home in the American West.
There will also be a craft talk by Sayantani at noon in Black Hall, Rm 151
Congratluations to Online Professional and Creative Writing Alum Megan Gosney who has a new poem outCongratulations Zach Eddy Who Won The Wenatchee Valley College Earth Poetry Contest
Congratulations to Online Professional and Creative Writing Major Zach Eddy who won the Wenatchee VaTaneum Bambrick's Reservoir, Selected By Ocean Vuong As The Winner Of The 2017 Poetry Chapbook Contest, Appears In Issue 24.2.
Congratulations to Lecturer Taneum Bambrick! Her chapbook Reservoir was selcted by Ocean Vuong