English Department

Alumni News

Melissa Kunz graduated from the Univesity of Oklahoma law school (spring 2011).

Rebecca (Harrison) Rasnic '10 was accepted into the prestigious Master's of Library Science program at the University of Texas-Auston (spring 2011).

Lauren Rosales '10 began the PhD program in English at the University of Iowa.

Laura Langley '10 is interning at the Crain-Maling Center of Jewish Culture

Douglas A. Blackmon '86 received a 2009 Pulitzer Prize for his book Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II. He also received a 2009 Hendrix Odyssey Medal.

Ben Molini '09 began his Walker Fellowship to study the martial arts in Korea, Russia, and other countries (fall 2009).

Trent Lee Stewart '92 won the 2009 Worthen Prize for his novel set in Arkansas, Flood Summer. His The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoner's Dilemma appears in October 2009.

Mark Barr '92 has been awarded a writing residency at the Blue Mountain Center in upstate New York (spring 2009) and has work appearing in the forthcoming Austin Anthology: Emerging Authors of Central Texas (2010).

James Szenher '06 and Marquita Little '05 graduated from the Clinton School of Public Service in May 2009.

Amy Elkins '08 has an essay on Virginia Woolf forthcoming in the Tulsa Journal of Women's Studies.

Bryce “Missy” Williams Reveley ’66 won a 2009 Hendrix Odyssey Medal.