Recent Faculty Scholarship:

James Britton:

Britton, J., (2020). “Joker’s Ideological Becoming: The Limits of Irony in Full Metal Jacket”  A Critical Companion to Stanley Kubrick, ed. Elsa Colombani, published by Lexington Books. Read More

Judy Hood:

Attic Treasure: Flagler's Dream Train (2020) Read More

Nicole Hospital Medina:

"The Bridge," and "A True Account of Talking to the Recently Chopped Up Royal Poinciana (after Frank O'Hara's 'A True Account of Talking to the Sun at Fire Island')." (2022) Juke Joint Magazine,

Ben Lauren:

Feigenbaum, P., Lauren, B., & DeVoss, D. (2022). Community literacy as justice entrepreneurship: Envisioning the progressive potential of entrepreneurship in a post-COVID field. Reflections: A Journal of Community-Engaged Writing and Rhetoric, 22(1). Retrieved from

Heinrich, B., Lauren, B., Logan, S. (2021). Reimagining scripts for human and environmental justice in experiential learning. Experiential Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, 4(2). Retrieved from

Kelly, S., Nguyen, K., & Lauren, B. (2021). Trauma informed web heuristics for communication designers. Proceedings of ACM SIGDOC. Retrieved from

Lauren, B., & Pigg, S. (2022). “And sometimes we debate:” How networking transforms what professional writers know. In J. Bleakney, P. Rosinski, & J. Moore (Eds.) Writing beyond the university: Preparing lifelong learners for lifewide writing. Center for Engaged Learning Open-Access Book Series. Retrieved from

Susan Leary:


"There Will Be More Sunrises." Tahoma Literary Review. Issue 22. Spring 2022. 


"A Man Does His Apologizing out in the Wilderness." Superstition Review. Online. Issue 30. Fall 2022. 

"Ice." Superstition Review. Online. Issue 30. Fall 2022. 

"Influencing the Angels." Superstition Review. Online. Issue 30. Fall 2022. 

"Should You Forget Your Way Home, Remember the World Becomes Clearer the Closer You Hold It to Your Face." Superstition Review. Online. Issue 30. Fall 2022. 

"So Long Must Love Be in the Overlooking." Tar River Poetry. Print. Volume 62. Number 1. Fall 2022.

"Dressing the Bear." Up the Staircase Quarterly. Issue 59. November 2022. 

"You, Brother." A-Minor Magazine. September 2022. 

"Complicity." Spry Literary Journal. Issue 14. September 2022. 

"The Professor Asks Me to Write a Joyful Poem." Rust + Moth. Autumn 2022. 

"I Ask the Antagonist within Me to Bless My Brother, Then I Ask My Brother for a Metaphor--." jmww. June 2022. 

"In the Weeks after My Brother Dies." Soundings East. Volume 44. Spring 2022. 

"Grief, without Design--." The MacGuffin. Volume 38. Number 1. Spring 2022. 

"Now That My Mother Has Apologized." The MacGuffin. Volume 38. Number 1. Spring 2022. 

"Constructive Criticism." Jet Fuel Review. Issue 23. Spring 2022. 

"If, Elsewhere." San Pedro River Review. Volume 14. Number 1. Spring 2022. 

"Floating Gospel." Eastern Iowa Review. Issue 15. May 2022. 

"When a Man Cries, We Make Light of Our Own Laughter." Literary Shade. Cherry Tree: A National Literary Journal @ Washington College. Issue 8. February 2022. 

Daniel Musgrove: 

“In the Petrified Forest” (2022) Ruminate Magazine Read More

 So I Said I Floss (2022) The Razor Read More

Kirk Nielson: 

“Radio Loco: A Miami reporter’s journal” (2022) Florida Bulldog Read

Samantha Phillips: 

Samantha Phillips is the co-author of Real Girl/Real World: Tools for Finding your True Self (Seal Press. 1998, 2003 new edition). In 2019 she wrote a short film “Meg’s First Dance” that went to the Outshine film festival, Miami short film festival, and Outfest, Los Angeles where it played to an audience at the famous TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood CA. 

In 2020 she wrote a scene for “Together Alone” a pandemic Zoom Musical that streamed on the 24 Hour Plays and Broadway on Demand. The show raised over $40,000 for the Actors Fund. This show was recommended in the New York Times, People magazine, and more.

Oliver Wallis:

Wallis, O. (2022). The allure of “fail better”: Uses of Beckett's modernist cliche. College Literature, 49(1), 26-52.

Wallis, O. (2022). Writing to analyze: Analyzing a nonprofit’s social media presence. In D. Dabek (Ed.), Civic engagement in the composition classroom: A guide for community-based writing (pp. 57-70). Kendall Hunt Publishing.