November 27, 2020

Rafferty Publishes Essay, Presents at Conference

Colin Rafferty, associate professor of English, recently had his essay “Four Sentences on Failure (#16)” published in the 2016 issue of The Evansville Review. He also moderated and presented a paper on the panel “Joan Didion and Today’s Essayists” on April 2 at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs conference in Los Angeles.

Rafferty Publishes Collection of Essays

Colin Rafferty, Associate Professor of English, has published Hallow This Ground, a collection of essays on monuments and memorials released in Indiana University Press’ Break Away Books series. http://www.iupress.indiana.edu/product_info.php?products_id=807735 

Rafferty Publishes Book Reviews

Colin Rafferty, Associate Professor of English, has published a pair of book reviews–one of Valeria Luiselli’s Sidewalks and one of Heather Slomski’s The Lovers Set Down Their Spoons–in the latest issue of Pleiades Book Review.

Rafferty Publishes Essay in Anthology Devoted to Video Game

Colin Rafferty, associate professor of English, recently published the essay “Washington Bullets” in Enter Your Initials for Record Keeping, an anthology of essays about the video game “NBA Jam.” The collection was issued by Cobalt Books. Rafferty also read the essay at a book release event in Baltimore in July.

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Rafferty Publishes Essay, Moderates Panel

Colin Rafferty, Assistant Professor of English, recently published an essay “This Day in History,” which appears in the newest issue of the literary journal Sou’wester.

He also moderated the panel “Organizing the Truth: Building the Nonfiction Canon” on Friday, February 28, 2014, at the annual conference of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs in Seattle, Washington. The largest literary conference in North America, AWP celebrates the authors, teachers, students, writing programs, literary centers, and publishers of that region and saw more than 13,000 writers and readers in attendance this year.

Colin Rafferty in Best American Essays

An essay by Colin Rafferty, assistant professor of English, has been named a Notable Essay in the 2013 edition of Best American Essays, edited this year by Cheryl Strayed. Rafferty’s essay, “Notes Towards Building the Monument,” was originally published in the Spring 2012 issue of Witness. This is the third time in four years that Rafferty has been among the writers of Notable Essays in the Best American Essays series.

Rafferty Publishes Creative Essay on McKinley Assassination

Colin Rafferty, Assistant Professor of English, recently published the essay “Assassin’s Bullet (#25)” in the latest issue of Shadowbox Magazine: http://www.shadowboxmagazine.org/issue7/Bottle12.swf.

Colin Rafferty Featured in The Baltimore Review

Assistant Professor of English Colin Rafferty’s creative nonfiction piece “Digging In” is featured in the Winter 2012 edition of The Baltimore Review.

Colin Rafferty’s Essay Included in The Utne Reader

The essay, “Letter from Fredericksburg,” by Assistant Professor of English Colin Rafferty, is featured in the November/December issue of The Utne Reader. The essay originally appeared in The Bellingham Review.