The Distinguished Professor of English is the fourth USC faculty member elected to the academy.
The relationship between modernist authors Hilda Doolittle (known as “H.D.”) and Annie Winifred Ellerman (pen name “Bryher”) spanned two world wars, four decades and even a few marriages (to other people).
Recent Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship recipient and USC student Joseph Debaerien draws inspiration for his writing from his fellow travelers.
Known affectionately by his students as “the Eggman,” the USC Dornsife emeritus associate professor was widely appreciated for his talent, dedication, energy and enthusiasm — qualities for which he was recognized with awards for teaching excellence.
Released prisoners share their stories while USC students write their own in an unusual partnership that has changed lives.
Get to know the award-winning poet laureate, theologian and USC writer in residence.
A special section of Writing 150 — a course required of freshmen — gives eye-opening perspectives to everyone in the class.
A USC alumna reflects on her lifelong fascination with creepy mysteries and the darkness of language.
USC poet Anna Journey is unafraid to explore the quirky, creepy, scary and plain old peculiar.
Undergrads find inspiration by talking to best-selling writers in a contemporary prose class.