English Professional and Creative Writing

Reimaging Women’s Voices in the Next Centennial: Untold Stories of Female Poets

Author(s) Theresa Daigle, Tami Jensen, Karla Maravilla Faculty Mentor(s) Pedro Cavazos (English) Abstract When Amanda Gorman took to the podium during the 2021 Presidential Inauguration, a fresh voice lifted off the page and onto the world’s collective screen. The ability to express thoughts and feelings… Read More »Reimaging Women’s Voices in the Next Centennial: Untold Stories of Female Poets

A Live-Streamed Revolution: Before and After the Camera Cuts

Author(s) Karla Maravilla, Champagne Ryder, Marisa Villanueva Faculty Mentor(s) Xavier Cavazos (Africana and Black Studies) Abstract The history of the United States is a history of terrorism against Black, Indigenous People Of Color (BIPOC). From slavery, lynching, and Jim Crow for Blacks, genocide of Indigenous… Read More »A Live-Streamed Revolution: Before and After the Camera Cuts

Night of Awakening: Strength and Empowerment in the Young Adult Fantasy Genre

Author(s) Shelby Davis Faculty Mentor(s) Sarah Sillin (English Language and Literature), M. O’Brien (English Language and Literature) Abstract The Young Adult Fantasy genre is often written off as a useless, or immature form of writing. However, there are studies that prove that this specific genre… Read More »Night of Awakening: Strength and Empowerment in the Young Adult Fantasy Genre