Georgia College

The DoER

The Department of English & Rhetoric Newsletter

5.2 December 2012

Dale, Janet. "print save delete." The Medulla Review 4.1 (2012): n. pag. Web. <>


Friman, Alice. "Cleo to Antony" and "Spot Check." [Poems] Gettysburg Review 25 (2012): 581-84. Print.


---. "Making Cents," "Enormous Holdings," and "The Key." [Poems] Image 74 (2012): 66-68. Print.


---. "Phlox." [Poem, reprinted] Jane's Stories IV: Bridges and Borders. Ed. Glenda Bailey-Mershon, Linda Mowry, and Shobha Sharma. Fremont, IN: Jane's Stories Press Foundation, 2012. 37-38. Print.


---. "The Real Thing" and "The River." [Poems] The Cortland Review 58 (2012): n. pag. Web. <>


---. "Truth: The Road or the Rug." [Essay on Carson McCullers] The Georgia Review 66 (2012): 521-24. Print.


---. "Unflinching Testimony." Rev. of Honeycomb by Carol Frost. New Letters 78.3-4 (2012): 201-03. Print.


Sollenberger, Roger. ---. "Faith and the Follow-Up." Rev. of What Happened to Sophie Wilder by Christopher Beha. Trop Magazine (2012): n. pag. Web. <>


---. "Rebel on the Pop Charts: The Summer of Significant Other." Trop Magazine (2012): n. pag. Web. <>

Friman, Alice. Class presentation. College of Coastal Georgia. Brunswick, GA. 9 Nov. 2012. Class Presentation.


---. Reading. Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Atlanta, GA. 12 Sep. 2012. Reading.


---. Reading and panel discussion. Georgia Literary Festival, Jekyll Island, GA. 10 Nov. 2012. Reading.


---. Reading and talk/Q&A session. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. 8 Oct. 2012. Reading.


Gentry, Marshall Bruce. Organizing Chair. "Navigating the Publication Process: Best Practices for Preparing Scholarly Journal Articles for Review," sponsored by Council of Editors for Literary Journals. South Atlantic MLA, Durham, NC. 10 Nov. 2012. Conference Panel.


Muschell, DavidThe Jesus Trip. Dir. Sanne McCarthy. Colorado Christian University School of Music. Denver, Colorado. 7-10 Nov. 2012. Performance.

Alice Friman won the 2012 Ekphrasis Prize for Poetry, sponsored by Ekphrasis, for her poem "Re-reading Emerson."

Roger Sollenberger would like to announce that, Trop, the online literary magazine that he co-founded earlier this year, has just opened its daily column, "The Weather," which he edits, for short piece submissions of fiction or non-fiction; comedic, sentimental, absurdist, informative, literary, pop. All will be considered. Send 500-2,000 word submissions as attachments (.doc, .docx) to Trop is an online national writers' collective, publishing fiction, essays, reviews, interviews, and pop culture. Regular contributers from GCSU include Evan Allgood MFA '11, John Teschner MFA '10, and Will Torrey MFA '10.