November 20, 2017

Rochelle Presents at Popular Culture Association

Warren Rochelle recently gave a reading from, and a presentation on, his novel, The Werewolf and His Boy, at the Popular Culture Association conference in San Diego.

Rochelle Publishes Story “Feathers”

Warren Rochelle, professor of English, recently had his story “Feathers” accepted for publication by Second Hand Stories Podcast. A broadcast version will be available for listening in the next two weeks. The story is part of a collection-in-progress of gay-themed retellings of traditional fairy tales.

Rochelle Reviews Latest Novel by Fred Chappell

Warren Rochelle, Professor of English, recently reviewed Fred Chappell’s latest novel, A Shadow All of Light, for the North Carolina Literary Review. That review, titled “Light and Dark, Dark, and Light,” appears in NCLR Online 26 (2017): 62-63.

Rochelle Reads from Latest Novel, Teaches Seminar on Horror Writing

Warren Rochelle, Professor of English, gave a reading from his latest novel, The Werewolf and His Boy, published in October, and participated in a literary salon about the novel at the WriterHouse in Charlottesville on Saturday, Oct. 29. He also taught a seminar on horror writing prior to the reading and salon.

Rochelle Publishes Short Story, Poem

Warren Rochelle, professor of English, recently published his short story “Finroc macFinniel Silmairë” in Empty Oaks 1 (Summer 2015): 60-72. He also published his poem “The House” in Crucible 48 (Fall 2014): 98-99.

Rochelle Featured in Radio Segment

Warren Rochelle, professor of English, was the featured writer on The Rainbow Minutes, a feature of WRIR, 97.3. His topic was Gay Science Fiction and Fantasy. Check out http://wrir.org/ for more information.

Rochelle Publishes Short Story

Professor of English Warren Rochelle’s short story, “Happily Ever After,” was published in Quantum Fairy Tales 9 (Fall 2014). The issue can be accessed at: http://quantumfairytales.com.

 

Rochelle Presents at Conference

Warren Rochelle, professor of English, presented “Many Beauties, Many Beasts: Retelling and Reimagining as Rhetoric in Robin McKinley’s Fiction,” at the annual conference of the Science Fiction Research Association in Madison, Wis., this May. He also gave a reading from a novel-in-progress at WisCon, the annual feminist speculative fiction conference, held jointly this year with SFRA in Madison.

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Rochelle’s Story Included in Memorial Collection

Warren Rochelle, professor of English, recently had his short story “Bath” included in Jaelle Her Book: A Memorial, edited by Melissa Scott and Don Sakers and published by Speed-of-C Productions to commemorate Judy Gerjuoy.