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Students who major in English at St. Lawrence develop critical reading and writing skills, explore diverse cultural backgrounds and historical periods represented by literary works, produce (and sometimes publish!) their own creative work, and examine the relationships between literary art and life. They go on to apply this knowledge in a variety of careers: writing, editing, journalism, education, law, advertising, communications, public relations, and business.

Students can choose to major either in creative writing or literary studies. The major is founded on a fundamental belief that writing and literature infuse and enrich one another. For this reason, literary studies majors who focus on authors such as Jane Austen, William Shakespeare, and Toni Morrison also have the opportunity to write fiction, essays, and poems. Creative writing majors, meanwhile, work in two genres (including fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and journalism) and also study topics such as environmental writing and multi-ethnic literature from across the United States.

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Submissions are being accepted for the 2019 James Ligon Price III Memorial Prize in Poetry offered in conjunction with the Academy of American...
Pedro Ponce, associate professor of English, wrote a piece of flash fiction, titled “Eating the Inquisition,” which has been selected for...