Kelsey Castaneda, Bailey Pittenger, & Sarah Snider promise a reading that will twist you in your seat while taking you to the end of enchantment. Television, radio, texting, and social media are helpless.
Kelsey Castaneda received her BA in 2014 from Georgetown College, where she studied English and Classics and edited the college literary magazine, the Georgetown Review…
The next meeting of the American Area Seminar will feature Daniel Silliman of Notre Dame on "The Secular Fantasy of the First Evangelical Romance Novel."
There is no sex in the first evangelical romance novel, Janette Oke's Love Comes Softly, but there are lots and lots of descriptions of household chores. What kind of fantasy is this? Looking at the history of evangelical publishing and this landmark novel, I explore the ways in which American evangelicals imagined religious belief as something secular.
Taeyin ChoGlueck, Luis Lopez-Maldonado, & Tania Sarfraz will help you discover that writing is an art and an art and beyond.
Taeyin ChoGlueck is a third culture kid birthed by North America and South Korea. She is the co-founder of Stage for Change, a non-profit group that puts unheard voices that question identity on the stage. Taeyin’s play (through ND Theater NOW), The Pink Pope…