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Tina May Hall Awarded NEA Creative Writing Fellowship

Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing Tina May Hall has been awarded a $25,000 National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship. She was one of 38 recipients chosen from a field of more than 1300 applications.  More ...

Senior Fellow Emma Laperruque '14
Emma Laperruque '14 Cooks Up Unique Senior Fellowship

During the spring semester of her junior year, Emma Laperruque ’14 went to a place few students go: the basement kitchens of the Soper Commons Dining Hall. She was down there to complete a photography project of her own design focused on how students and the dining hall staff respectively view the space.  More ...

Senior creative writing concentrators from left, Sarah Sgro, Kina Viola and Sarah Destin.
Creative Writing Concentrators, Faculty Attend New Yorker Festival

English and Creative Writing faculty Naomi Guttman and Tina Hall took three creative writing senior concentrators to the New Yorker Festival in New York City, Oct. 4-6. The students included Sarah Sgro, Kina Viola and Sarah Destin.  More ...

Sarah Sgro '14
Sarah Sgro ’14 Explores “Domestic Grotesque” in Fiction and Poetry

This summer, through an Emerson Foundation Grant, Sarah Sgro ’14 is studying writing that, in her words, “confronts the realities of family and romantic life through a grotesque lens.” In her project, “Family Gone Bizarre: The Domestic Grotesque in Contemporary Fiction and Poetry,” Sgro is exploring how authors approach themes of domestic life in dark and bizarre ways. She’ll then be examining those themes in her own writing.  More ...

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Drue Heinz Winner Hall Opens Writers Series
Tina May Hall, associate professor of English and winner of the 2010 Drue Heinz Literature Prize, opened the 2010-11 Pittsburgh Contemporary Writers Series (PCWS) with a reading on Sept. 29, at the University of Pittsburgh. The PCWS presents creative writing as an intellectual endeavor, bringing notable contemporary writers of poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction to the campus. More ...
Tina Hall's book, <em>The Physics ofImaginary Objects</em>.
Hall's The Physics of Imaginary Objects Published
Associate Professor of English Tina May Hall's collection of short stories, The Physics of Imaginary Objects, has been published by the University of Pittsburgh Press. The collection is the winner of the 2010 Drue Heinz Literature Prize, one of the nation's most prestigious awards for a book of short stories. It was selected from a field of nearly 350 entries by esteemed author and film critic Renata Adler. More ...
Olivia Wolfgang-Smith '11
A Summer in the Slush Pile
For Olivia Wolfgang-Smith ’11, the “slush pile” of unsolicited manuscripts is only barely a metaphor. Working at the literary magazine The Missouri Review, Wolfgang-Smith pores over 30 manuscripts per week, evaluating their quality. With an Emerson grant and guidance from Associate Professor of English Tina Hall, Wolfgang-Smith is learning the production process of a highly-respected literary magazine. More ...
Frank Anechiarico '71, Tina Hall, Peter Rabinowitz, Peter Cannavo and Thomas Wilson
Dean's Scholarly Achievement Awards Presented to Five Faculty Members
Five members of the Hamilton faculty were recognized for their research and creative successes through the Dean's Scholarly Achievement Awards at Class & Charter Day on Friday, May 7. The Awards were established in three categories by Dean of Faculty Joe Urgo in 2008. More ...
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Tina Hall Awarded Prestigious Drue Heinz Literature Prize
Assistant Professor of English Tina May Hall has been named the 2010 winner of the Drue Heinz Literature Prize, one of the nation’ s most prestigious awards for a book of short stories. Hall’ s manuscript, The Physics of Imaginary Objects, was selected from a field of nearly 350 entries by esteemed author and film critic Renata Adler. The book will be published by the University of Pittsburgh Press this fall.
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Hall's Novella All The Day's Sad Stories Wins Caketrain Chapbook Competition
Assistant Professor of English Tina Hall's novella, All the Day's Sad Stories, won the 2008 Caketrain Chapbook Competition and will be published by Caketrain this spring. More ...
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