A message about COVID-19

Dear students and friends of the Wake Forest English Department: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, classes are suspended until March 23rd, when we will move to remote learning. Please read WFU’s coronavirus website and FAQ, and contact us at english@wfu.edu with questions specific to the English Department. We encourage all to… Continue Reading: A message about COVID-19

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Creative writing alum Nina Oteria launches poetry wall project with fellow artists in Durham, NC

A poem by Wake Forest University creative writing alumna Nina Oteria can now be found on the Corcoran Poetry Wall, a new public installation painted by Bethany Bash. Bash’s mural, which includes Oteria’s poem alongside a poem by Kristi Stout, is located on Corcoran Street between Ramseur Street and Main… Continue Reading: Creative writing alum Nina Oteria launches poetry wall project with fellow artists in Durham, NC

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In Remembrance of Bob Lovett, Professor Emeritus of British Literature

The Wake Forest University Department of English mourns the loss of Robert (Bob) Lovett, professor emeritus of English, who died February 16, 2020, in Winston-Salem, NC. Dr. Lovett spent his childhood in New York and Atlanta, Georgia, before attending Marist School, Oglethorpe University, and Emory University, where he earned his… Continue Reading: In Remembrance of Bob Lovett, Professor Emeritus of British Literature

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