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Holly Iglesias is a poet, translator and author of two poetry collections, Angles of Approach (White Pine Press, 2010) and Souvenirs of a Shrunken World (Kore Press, 2008).

Dr. Sebastian, Associate Professor of English, has been invited to serve as one of two General Editors on an anthology of medieval drama forthcoming next year from Broadview Press and for which he has already supplied several texts.

An obsession with reading and books led Jennifer McKibben '01 to a career in making book collections for companies, movies, celebrities, and others.

English Alumna Shelley Workinger ('00) recently published SETTLING, the second book in her popular young adult series.

Bob Cowser Jr.'s first book, Dream Season was a NY Times "Editor's Choice" and "Paperback Row" selection. His second book, Scorekeeping was published by the University of South Carolina Press. His third book Green Fields, about the murder of a grade school classmate is forthcoming from UNO Press.

Nate Thacker graduated this spring as a double Philosophy and English Literature major. He received a six-year fellowship with stipend to Penn State, and will be teaching a freshman English course next fall.

Tami Hotard earned an English degree at Loyola in 1993, and a Master’s degree in English at Oregon State University. Her book The Beauty of Breast Cancer is to be released and she is currently working on a thriller about the haunting of Charity Hospital in the aftermath of Katrina.

Lesley Lucas, Honors senior majoring in English/Writing, has received a position teaching English in France through L'académie de Poitiers. For the 2010-2011 academic year, she is participating in the Teaching Assistant Program in France sponsored by the French Ministry of Education.

Chair of the Department of English, Dr. Katherine H. Adams was elected to the executive committee of the Modern Language Association, representing the Division of Teaching Writing, an honor that stemmed from her impressive scholarship record.

George Bishop's stories and essays have appeared in publications such as The Oxford American, The Third Coast, Press, American Writing, The Turkish Daily News, The Caspian Business News and Vorm (in Dutch). Letter to My Daughter (Ballantine Books, Spring 2010) is his first published novel.

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