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21st Annual Plunkett Maine Poetry Festival

Featuring Keynote Poet Molly McCully Brown, Award Winning Poet and Essayist April 28, 2023 at 7:30 P.M. Bennett D. Katz Library, … Read More

Prof. of English Lisa Botshon to present at Wellesley College Symposium

UMA Professor of English Lisa Botshon has been invited to present a talk, “Mid-Century Maine Rustication Narratives and the Making … Read More

Recent Scholarship from UMA English faculty

Dr. Ellen M. Taylor’s article on Maine poet Kate Barnes, “Daughter of Orion,” is the featured scholarship in The North … Read More

Faculty Highlight | Kay Retzlaff

Professor Kay Retzlaff, English, has published Duet, a collaboration with artist Susan Camp. Duet is a collection of poems and photographs that explores … Read More

Professor Noel Tague Publishes Article on Wind Development Rhetoric

UMA Assistant Professor Noel Tague‘s article, “The View from Here: Phantasmatic Turbines and the Controversy of Industrial Wind Development,” was … Read More

New English faculty member publication on Maine author

Lisa Botshon, UMA Professor of English, recently published “Louise Dickinson Rich’s Middlebrow House in the Big Woods” in Legacy: A … Read More

Book Launch for “Homelands” by Dr. Ellen Taylor

The UMA Libraries present a book launch for UMA English faculty member Dr. Ellen Taylor’s new poetry book, Homelands. Join … Read More

Faculty Highlights | Kay Retzlaff

Kay Retzlaff, Professor of English, recently published Redefining Irishness in a Coastal Maine City, 1770 –1870: Bridget’s Belfast. The publication, … Read More

New Venue for 20th Annual Plunkett Maine Poetry Festival

This year’s festival will offer a variety of events throughout April, including a panel discussion on April 22, and culminates … Read More