creative writing

Creative writing and social activism meet in upcoming lecture

Photo of Corbon Addison

Author Corban Addison will give a public lecture at Randolph College on Monday, Dec. 1, from 7 – 8 p.m in Nichols Theatre.... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor has new books coming soon

Photo of Bunny Goodjohn

Bunny Goodjohn ’04, director of the Randolph College Writing Center and an English professor, will publish two books in the coming year—a prize-winning poetry collection and her second novel.... READ MORE >>

Kelley Swain ’07 publishes three books in 2014

Kelley Swain

Behind Randolph’s Red Brick Wall, Kelley Swain ’07 pushed pens and critiqued poetry with the writing group “the Quill Drivers.” Now across the Atlantic Ocean, she continues her prolific writing. In fact, the London author is publishing three books this year. photo credit: Marcos Avlonitis In March, Valley Press published Opera di Cera, a poetry... READ MORE >>

Randolph junior becomes poetry contest finalist, gets poem published

Hannah Cohen

During its 50-year history, december magazine has published the early works of authors like short story writer Raymond Carver, the novelist Rita Mae Brown, five United States poet laureates, and six Pulitzer Prize winners. Hannah Cohen ’15 is happy to find herself in such good company. “Filter,” a poem that Cohen wrote for a creative... READ MORE >>

Acclaimed poet Ira Sadoff set for reading at Randolph

This Wednesday, the Randolph community will be treated to a reading by poet Ira Sadoff. The author of eight poetry collections, Sadoff has published poetry in works such as the Harper Anthology of American Literature and Great American Prose Poems. He has received the Creative Arts Fellowship from the National Endowment of the Arts as... READ MORE >>

Bunny Goodjohn wins poetry prize

Bunny Goodjohn teaches English, writes poetry and fiction, and recently won a poetry prize Bunny Goodjohn ’04 answered what she thought was a routine phone call, only to find out about an exciting honor she had not expected. “I answered the phone and discovered I was on a conference call with the Reed Magazine editorial staff,” said... READ MORE >>