Goshen College’s Pinchpenny Press is releasing seven books this spring – three collections of student work and four authored by individual students.
There will be a release party for “Goshen Graphix II” on Friday, April 4, at Better World Books in Goshen. The graphic novel was written and illustrated by Goshen College students.
Irish-born and London-based husband and wife poets Cahal Dallat and Anne-Marie Fyfe will present Goshen College’s annual S.A. Yoder Lecture on Tuesday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. The event, “An Irish Literary Festival,” will take place in the Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall and is free and open to the public.
Mary Roth, a 2013 Goshen College graduate with an English writing major, was chosen as the 2013 Luci Shaw Fellow at Image, a quarterly journal of faith, literature and the arts located in Seattle, Wash.
Six books were published through the Goshen College English Department’s Pinchpenny Press in 2013, four of which were authored by individual students and two of which were collections of student work.
Goshen College students recently received awards during a state competition for print media for their involvement with campus publications.
Mexican-American poet, essayist and novelist Luis Urrea will present Goshen College’s annual S.A. Yoder Lecture on “The Border, Immigration and the Devil’s Highway: A Journey with the Author Luis Urrea.”
Fourteen Goshen College students spent the summer working with professors on various research projects during the college’s eight-week Maple Scholars program in June and July.
A 35-page book that urges music students to become “better ‘practicers’ and learners” and to regard such time as a vital personal liturgy continues to be the top-selling Pinchpenny Press book, nearly 25 years after its publication.
The Goshen College English Department and Better World Books will present “Goshen Graphix,” a collection of short graphic memoirs by Goshen College students from their May 2010 Graphic Novel class, at the store on Dec. 2.