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see South, University of theSouth, University of the,
called Sewanee,
at Sewanee, Tenn.; Episcopal; coeducational; chartered 1858, opened 1868. It has a college of arts and sciences and a theological school. The university publishes the Sewanee Review, an influential literary magazine.
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Each of her poems is as thick as the Tennessee woods, and one can imagine her, pen to notebook, on the mountain at Sewanee, imagining each descant and collect, each sonnet and villanelle.
The Sewanee Review--"America's longest running literary quarterly"
A recipient of awards and fellowships from Ragdale, Sewanee, the Anderson Center, and the National Endowment for the Arts, he teaches at BYU, where he serves as department chair.
Sewanee Phoenix and Gabrielle Broadcasting — operator of KXEG-AM 1280 in the Phoenix market and its K241CS , at 96.
Work has appeared in Poetry, The Sewanee Review, Boston Review, and many other journals.
First Things, the Hopkins Review, and the Sewanee Review.
In 1992, during his sophomore year at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, Byars was riding in a car with friends when an oncoming car veered into their lane.
Watson writes that under the tutelage of Paul Engle, the Iowa Writing Workshop director, and guided by several New Critic "mentors" (John Crowe Ransom, Robert Penn Warren, Andrew Lytle, and Austin Warren), O'Connor "enjoyed almost instant success" in mass circulation through Mademoiselle and among the elite readership of Sewanee Review (207).
On a Friday evening earlier this spring, 30 people gathered at an Episcopal center in Sewanee, Tennessee, for one of the quarterly weekend retreats that make up Rabbi Rami Shapiro's One River Wisdom School.
Fourqurean, who also held various positions at the Sewanee Summer Music Festival, now pursues a master of music in performance at Stony Brook University.
Sewanee is the outlier in the group, with 71 percent of freshmen receiving institutional aid and a discount rate below 40 percent.
They are mostly adopted from craft talks given by the author at the Sewanee Writers' Conference over the past twenty years.