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Professor brings her aspiring authors into the real world of writing

For a writer, other writers are often the best teachers, whether you're a creative writing student or already a professor and award-winning author.

That's because becoming a successful writer is about more than just getting the words on the page: it's also about understanding how those pages become books, webpages, and pages in magazines. It's about knowing how to turn pages in a notebook into pages that get read.

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Award-winning Native author Linda Hogan brings her performance poetry to campus

Chickasaw writer and environmental activist Linda Hogan will shine a literary light on the Native perspective on the world when she brings her latest work of long-form performance poetry to the campus on April 11 for the Southwest Writer's Institute's 4th Annual Maxwell Silver Memorial Reading. The event is free and open to public, with book signing to follow.

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Fort Lewis College poet professor earns accolades at home and abroad

Renowned poet and Fort Lewis College Associate Professor of English Pam Uschuk has won the Winning Writer’s 2011 War Poetry Contest. Her three poems, "Horoscope," "White Phosphorus After Hanukkah," and "The Taliban Takes Pakistan," were all awarded first place in the contest.

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