cream city review Celebrates Returning the Gift Native American Writers

Friday, April 10 | 12 p.m. | Room M100 H&I, Mezzanine level

Kimberly Blaeser Published in Wisconsin Academy

Congratulations to Kimberly Blaeser, Wisconsin Poet Laureate on her article, “A Gift Given, A Gift Returned,” published recently by the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, And Letters. This concept of the giving and receiving of gifts is fundamental to Blaeser’s way… Read More

Eat Local::Read Local Kickoff

Tuesday, April 7 | 7 p.m. | Pizza Man (2597 N Downer Ave.)

Graham, Huang, Martin, and McClanahan Awarded Fellowships

Congratulations to Scott Graham, Xin Huang, Ted Martin, and Annie McClanahan! They were all awarded fellowships for next year at the Institute for Research in the Humanities, UW-Madison. Huang and Martin will be fellows in the Fall, while Graham and McClanahan will be… Read More

Graduate School Fellowships Recipients

Congratulations to the recipients of Graduate School fellowships for 2015-2016! Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship recipients: Ghassan Abou-Zeineddine, Michael Beebe, Brittany Cavallaro, and Bridget Kies Distinguished Graduate Student Fellowship recipient: Sherri Hoffman Advanced Opportunity Fellowship recipients: Franklin Cline, Allain Daigle, Mark Heimermann,… Read More

Liam Callanan Book Signing

Liam Callanan, author of The Cloud Atlas, All Saints, and Listen & Other Stories, reads from and signs copies of his latest book, a collection of stories titled Listen & Other Stories, which has already earned rave reviews as “a… Read More

cream city review Midwestern Friendlies Meet

Saturday, March 7 | 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. | Polonez Restaurant

UWM English Presents Dawn L. Martin

Thursday, March 5 | 7 p.m. | Hefter Conference Center

David Nichols Gets Published in Milwaukee Magazine

Congratulations to UWM Writing Center tutor David Nichols (senior), who has his article about a veteran with PTSD published in the February Milwaukee Magazine.

Katherine Morrissey Gets Published in JPR

Congratulations to Katherine Morrissey, Ph.D candidate in Media, Cinema and Digital Studies, who just had an essay published in the Journal for Popular Romance Studies: “Rattling the Toolkit: Methods for Reading Romance, Gender, and Culture.”