A collection of published articles from members of the Department of English at Kennesaw State University.

Visit the full list of Faculty Publications to view the work from other departments on campus.

KSU Faculty can send a current list of their publications to the administrator for inclusion in this series.


Submissions from 2015


To the Contrary, Beth Daniell

Submissions from 2014


Toward the End of the Day, Anthony Grooms


Young Man with Visions in his Head, Anthony Grooms

Submissions from 2013

Endlessly Revised Textbooks: Just Say No, Robert Chambers


Deucalion, Anthony Grooms

Teaching African Literature: Violence and Conflict Management, Linda Johnston and Oumar Chérif Diop

Submissions from 2009

Renaissance Earwitnesses: Rumor and Early Modern Masculinity, Keith M. Botelho

Sand Between Our Toes: The Tybee Island Photo Album, Polly Wylly Cooper and Ellen Lyle Taber


Wikipedia: Friend, Not Foe, Darren Crovitz and W. Scott Smoot


The City of Sisterly Love: Jane Austen’s Community as Sorority, Laura S. Dabundo


Saving the Next Tree: The Georgia Hemlock Project, Community Action and Environmental Literacy, Elizabeth Giddens


Arizona, Anthony Grooms

In the Bar at the North Ridge, Anthony Grooms

Menisha Collins, the Dreamer of Childhood, Anthony Grooms

Nairobbery, Anthony Grooms

Octopus Surprise, Anthony Grooms

The Emperor of the Kingdom of Africa, Anthony Grooms


The Geckos, Anthony Grooms

The Walk with the Maasi, Anthony Grooms

Wrestling the Waves at Brenu Akyinim, Anthony Grooms


Adding Value for Students and Faculty with a Master's Degree in Professional Writing, Susan M. Hunter, Elizabeth Giddens, and Margaret B. Walters

Town Center, Greg Johnson


'Fine and Dangerous': Teaching Merton, David A. King


Sir Thomas Malory and The Wedding of Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnell Reconsidered, Ralph Norris


Chopin's The Awakening, Tamara Powell


Pledger Lake, H. William Rice


The Longing, H. William Rice


Music, Transtextuality, and the World Wide Web, Anne Richards

The Weight of Alone, Jenny Sadre-Orafai

Breathing Patterns, Jenny R. Sadre-Orafai

Tybee Days: One Hundred Years on Georgia's Playground Island, Ellen Lyle Taber and Polly Wylly Cooper

Toward "To Earthward": Some Thoughts on Frost's Poem, Craig Watson

Submissions from 2008

Perrine's Literature: Structure, Sound, and Sense, Thomas R. Arp and Greg Johnson

Perrine's Story and Structure: An Introduction to Fiction, Thomas R. Arp and Greg Johnson

Home and the Open Road: The Nonfiction of Larry Brown, Robert G. Barrier

Only the Game Was Real: The Aesthetics and Significance of Re-created Baseball Broadcasting, Robert G. Barrier


Maternal Memory and Murder in Early-Seventeenth-Century England, Keith Botelho


Register and Charge: Using Synonym Maps to Explore Connotation, Darren Crovitz and Jessica A. Miller

A Long Course in Teaching Writing, Beth Daniell


The In-House Conference: A Strategy for Disrupting Order and Shifting Identities, Beth Daniell, Laura Davis, Linda Stewart, and Ellen Taber

Writing the Visual : A Practical Guide for Teachers of Composition and Communication, Carol David and Anne Richards

Fighting for 'Deep Change' in the Quest for Diversity: Iowa State University's Multicultural Learning Community, Jane Davis and Anne Richards

The Book of the Heart Taken by Love: 20 Selections, Jim Elledge

Lynching Uncle Rye: A Novel Excerpt, Anthony Grooms

Sals and Pals: A Novel Excerpt, Anthony Grooms

Edward Said and Jacques Derrida: Reconstellating Humanism and the Global Hybrid, Mina Karavanta and Nina Morgan


Creating a Space for YAL with LGBT Content in Our Personal Reading: Creating a Place for LGBT Students in Our Classrooms, Katherine Mason


In Their Own Voices: Online Writing Instructors Speak Out on Issues of Preparation, Development, & Support, Laura McGrath

Malory's Library: The Sources of the Morte Darthur, Ralph C. Norris

July 24, 1952 - Premiere of High Noon, H. William Rice


The Art of Rhetoric as Self-Discipline: Interdisciplinarity, Inner Necessity, and the Construction of a Research Agenda, Anne Richards

Fields of Vision: A Background Study of References for Teachers, Anne Richards and David Carol