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Upcoming Events

Dylan Dryer
Wednesday April 11th, 4:00 - 5:15, Writing Center, 402 Neville

Part of the Faculty Research and Scholarship Presentation Series, which is organized by Assistant Professor of English and WGS Elizabeth Neiman. Light refreshments are provided by the English Department through its Lloyd H. Elliott Fund. The Department of English’s faculty presentation series is intended to advance conversation and community among students and faculty. All are welcome.

New Writing Series

Founded in the fall of 1999, the New Writing Series brings innovative literature to life on the University of Maine’s flagship campus. Events are held on Thursday afternoons at 4:30 in the Allen & Sally Fernald APPE Space (Stewart Commons 104) and are free and open to the public. Here’s a preview of the spring schedule:   

  • March 8 – Fiction Reading
    Eugene Lim, hosted and introduced by Greg Howard
  • March 22 – Poetry Performance
    Drew Gardner & Julie Patton, hosted and introduced by Steve Evans
  • April 5 – Fiction Reading
    Christina Milletti, hosted and introduced by David Kress
  • April 12 – Poetry Reading
    Allison Cobb, hosted and introduced by Benjamin Friedlander
  • April 19 – Awards Ceremony (alternate venue tba)
    Grady Awards, introduced by David Kress and Jennifer Moxley
  • April 26 – MA Thesis Reading in Fiction
    Fiction MA Theses, introduced by David Kress

Of Interest


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Mel Johnson
(207) 581-3614
Reference Services, Fogler Library
University of Maine, Orono, Maine

Lit Archives on the Web

Project REVEAL (Ransom Center, UT Austin)  makes available 25 of the Center's manuscript collections of some of the best-known names from American and British literature of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Among the authors represented in Project REVEAL are Joseph Conrad, Hart Crane, Thomas Hardy, Vachel Lindsay, Jack London, Katherine Mansfield, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Sara Teasdale. 

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