Students in the College's Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing Program got to hear from the editor of 'The Paris Review' during a recent event.
Two M.F.A. candidates spent the spring semester mentoring undergraduates at the University of Bahrain, creating a cross-cultural community of creative writers.
Sherlock Holmes is the most portrayed literary human character on screen, which delights Elizabeth "Betsy" Bramlett Backer '81.
M.F.A. student McKayla Robbin was recently featured on the PBS show 'Newshour' after poems from her first book of poetry, 'we carry the sky,' were translated into a short film.
Junior Stella Rounsefell has a poem and a short story published in the second volume of "Writing South Carolina."
Laura Westby Cannon '09 is one of 12 writers in the College’s new M.F.A. program in creative writing, which held its first classes in the fall of 2016.
Malinda McCollum recently received the Juniper Literary Prize for Fiction for her short story collection The Surprising Places: Stories.
Cathy Keaton, who dropped out of college in 1969, is proving that it's never too late to go back to school.
Alexander Lumans '06 spent three frigid yet exhilarating weeks aboard a tall ship sailing through the Arctic Circle.
College of Charleston alumnus Jon Sealy's debut novel is getting rave reviews. Best-selling author and English professor Bret Lott said he couldn't put the book down. Sealy will be on campus for a book reading on March 25, 2014.